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The details come out at a time when the govt is under fire for buying expensive vehicles and huge medical bills claimed by ministers
At a time when the bills claimed by Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan and Finance Minister T M Thomas Isaac are creating ripples in the state, an RTI report has found that NCP leader Thomas Chandy
VACB has named him the first accused in a case registered in connection with the illegal filling of paddy fields for constructing a road to Lake Palace Resort in Alappuzha.
A Division Bench of the Kerala High Court on Wednesday directed the government to take suitable action after conducting an appropriate inquiry into the complaint against Waterworld Tourism.
He had allegedly got a road constructed through a government-owned land and levelled water bodies to facilitate easier access to his Lake Palace Resort located near the Punamada Lake in Kerala.
This is the first Vigilance probe against Chandy, following the intervention of a court in the wake of slew of charges levelled against him, including illegal land filling and encroachment.
Chandy had resigned as minister on November 15 last year over land grabbing allegations related to his resort.
This is the first Vigilance enquiry against Chandy, with the intervention of a court in the wake of a bunch of allegations levelled against him, including illegal land filling and encroachment.
The Vigilance has reportedly recommended that a case be registered against former minister Thomas Chandy in connection with the land-grab case.
The Congress stood dumbfounded as the 'solar' ghosts returned to haunt it – this time in the form of the Justice G Sivarajan Commission report, tabled with glee in the Assembly by Pinarayi Vijayan.
The year started with the abduction and sexual assault of a well-known actress, who essayed roles in South Indian films, shocking the very conscience of the people of the state.
Earlier, Vigilance judge V Dilip had directed the VACB director to submit its inquiry report before December 4.
The CPI has initiated what could be termed as disciplinary action against senior leader K E Ismail for taking an open stance against the party’s official line in the Thomas Chandy row.
Though the CPM denied there was a boycott in place, its leaders have refused to share the dais with the minister in public and official events.
Mani, known for his characteristic rustic style, said in Malappuram last night, "There is no need for the ruling LDF to carry 'vizhuppu bhandam' (stale laundry).