Kozhikode: Alleging “political conspiracy” behind a temptation allegations done opposite him by a solar fraud accused, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Thursday blamed a territory of a bar owners for it.
The primary indicted in a solar box Saritha S Nair had on Wednesday targeted Chandy and Power Minister Arayadan Mohammed while deposing before a Justice Sivarajan Commission in Kochi, probing a case, and had purported that she had paid bribes to a balance of Rs 1.90 crore to a tighten help of a Chief Minister and Rs 40 lakh to Mohammed.
Both had denied a allegations.
“The new allegations are partial of a domestic swindling hatched in connivance with a wine lobby. The supervision had taken a confidant preference to tighten down several wine bars. Because they (bar owners) mislaid their conflict in several courts — high justice and Supreme Court, they have come with new allegations to strike out during a government”, he said.
“The supervision has a accurate justification in this regard,” Chandy told reporters.
The allegations done by Saritha on Wednesday are partial of this conspiracy, he pronounced and criticised CPI(M) saying that as they were incompetent to disintegrate a government, a Marxist celebration was creation all out efforts to safeguard that a Congress-led UDF does not come to energy in a entrance public polls.
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The Marxist celebration had mislaid a face for seeking a government’s abdication after another solar box indicted Biju Radhakrishnan had settled that he had a CD with damning visuals opposite a Chief Minister, he said.
Chandy pronounced former Government Chief Whip PC George had also played a purpose in Wednesday’s allegations.
Maintaining that there was no law in a allegations, Chandy pronounced a supervision had not mislaid even a rupee as purported by a antithesis in a fraud and had not helped a association to benefit even a rupee.
Noting that dual weeks ago Saritha had told a solar elect that a Chief Minister was like a “father figure”, Chandy said, “How has it altered so soon? What happened?”
In 2014, Saritha had purported that CPI(M) had offering her Rs 10 crore to disintegrate a government. “We had not reacted then,” Chandy said.
Chandy, who reached Kozhikode by train, was greeted with black flag-waving protesters of DYFI and Yuva Morcha — a girl organisations of CPI(M) and BJP respectively.
Police had a tough time chasing divided a protesters who also shouted slogans opposite Chandy. The protesters purported that peppers mist was used opposite them.