'Govt Should Resign on Moral Grounds'

Published: 04th February 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th February 2015 03:29 AM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: The UDF Government, which is immersed in corruption, should resign immediately, said T M Thomas Isaac MLA.

Speaking after inaugurating a protest march to the Kanayannur taluk office, organised by the Ernakulam district committee of the LDF on Tuesday, Thomas Isaac said that K M Mani, who is alleged to have  accepted bribe from bar owners, was a disgrace to the state.

The March, which started from Cannon Shed Road,  was  blocked by the police  in front of the taluk office.

The inaugural meeting was presided over by CPM  district executive committee member E M Sunil Kumar. LDF convener Sabu George welcomed the gathering and Radhakrishnan MP proposed vote of thanks.

LDF leaders P Rajeev MP, P Raju, George Edaparathi, P N Seenulal, K N Unnikrishnan, N Satheesh, V G Raveendran, Manoj Perumpally, T V Varghese, Kumbalam Ravi, T K Suresh Kumar, K U Ibrahim, K K Jayaraj and Kalam spoke.

The march  was  coordinated by a team of LDF activists, comprising  T  N  Sundaran, T S Shanmukhadas, C K Pareeth, M C Surendran, T C Shibu, Santhosh Peter, Kumbalam Rajappan, Bosco Vaduthala,  Shajan  Antony, Aloysius  Kollannur,  P  K Kunjumon,  K  K Jayaprakash, C F  Joy, V C Sanesh, B A Ashraf, Suresh and C V Judy. 

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