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The catastrophe of a lifetime that hit Kerala has jolted everyone.
The government should withdraw from the ‘extortion’ of salaries which has triggered unrest in society, Chennithala said.
Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala has asked the state government to clear the air on the appointment of KPMG as the consultant for rebuilding the state.
Kerala floods: Congress asks government to come clean on paying Rs 66 lakh to KPMG for designing website
The government should explain the relationship between the government and KPMG, said Ramesh Chennithala.
Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has said there is no administration in the state and the Chief Minister and the CPM have orphaned the state.
It was a busy day for Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala on Monday with his party’s hartal against rising fuel prices and his son’s engagement coincidentally falling on the same day.
All shops remained closed and functioning of private and government offices was badly affected. Both the LDF and the UDF staged rallies in the morning demanding immediate reduction of fuel prices.
While the Congress workers are out on the streets, the ruling Left supporters appear to maintain a low profile and have stressed that relief operations in flood-affected areas will go on unaffected.
He scoffed at the party decision and said Balan should conduct the investigation after dissolving the state police.
Also, he said the clearance from the Centre will also be needed to collect funds from other countries.
He said the state government must officially write to the Defence Ministry to seek Sitharaman’s intervention.
Between August 8 and 19, the state received 362 per cent excess rainfall. Idukki district alone received 568 per cent excess rainfall.
Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala has demanded a judicial probe into the alleged unscientific opening of dams that resulted in the floods.
Nature’s unparalleled fury has devastated the state and its economy. The deluge has devoured over 350 lives with thousands forced to seek shelter in relief camps.
Rahul Gandhi, who is on a two-day visit to Kerala visited the relief camp at the Christian College at Chengannur and spoke to people at the centre.