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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Young Congress MLA V T Balram has taken to Facebook to heavily criticise the top leadership of his party when the party and the UDF have gone into the defence in connection with the ‘solar scam’.

He has said that the solar case is a repayment for not thoroughly investigating and compromising in between the murder case of RMP leader T P Chandrasekharan.

He also demanded that the Congress must put an end to their adjustment politics and raise their voice against fraudsters like Thomas Chandy and all.

He said that the hasty actions against the Congress leaders based on the yet-to-be-published Solar Commission report is just a brutal political hunt by the CPM and Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan. He added that the current proceedings suggest that there is not even an iota of credibility in the report.

He added that if “Congress free India” is the slogan of the RSS at the national level, it’s the same motive of the CPM at state level. He also accused the CPM let the BJP grow in the state but to of no use, and added that it’s to hide and distract the public from this failure that the government is now taking such action.  

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