Two CDs play crucial role

Among the exhaustive list of evidence obtained by the Solar Commisison, two CDs played a crucial role.

Published: 10th November 2017 01:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th November 2017 08:40 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:  Among the exhaustive list of evidence obtained by the Solar Commisison, two CDs played a crucial role. The commisison said the evidence was collected to examine the role of people alleged to have been involved in the scam, particularly the functionaries in the administration of the state. The first CD evidence was furnished by Saritha S Nair.

It contained the voice talk between her and Thomas Kondody, a close aide of Oommen Chandy. “The talk reveals many matters connecting the Chief Minister with the solar scam,” the commission noted. The CDs of the KSEB Engineers Association programme in 2012 was also another important piece of evidence examined by the commission.  

The CDs showed Aryadan  looking at Saritha while delivering his speech and saying that she came and met him as instructed by the Chief Minister. This proved a key part in establishing the link between Saritha, Chandy and Aryadan.

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