Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said a right decision will be taken at appropriate time in the case of Transport Minister Thomas Chandy. The minister also said that the state government is responsible for giving a new lease of life to Kuttanad.
During arguments on Tuesday, counsel for Chandy, a businessman -turned-politician representing the NCP in the cabinet, pressed for expunging any reference to the minister in the report.
On the minister's contentions against the findings of the collector's report, the court pointed out that he should have taken up his grievances with the district collector itself instead of knocking on the doors of the high court.
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In its recommendations, the PAC also urged HMRC to manage the "huge uncertainty" faced by a large number of traders. Its report warns that "much remains to be done" to have an effective CDS system in place on time.
On Tuesday, the Kerala High Court dismissed a petition by Chandy for quashing the Alappuzha district collector's report which alleged large-scale land grab by him to build a plush resort.
The NCP executive meet here today discussed the matter and chose to inform the national leadership about its decision on it.
Tankha, who arrived here Monday evening, however maintained that he was appearing on behalf of Chandy in court in his professional capacity as a lawyer.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said an "appropriate decision" on the minister would be taken after considering the court's order and NCP's stand.
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He also stated that he approached the court as an ordinary citizen and not as a minister.
A group of Youth Congress workers raised slogans and waved black flags at Tankha as he stepped out of a posh hotel here to proceed to the High Court, police said.
Balakrishnan made the comments in the backdrop of Sudheeran criticising the LDF government over the Thomas Chandy issue.
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