Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala attacked Pinarayi government in Kerala for its massive backdoor appointment in government departments and move to make all those corrupted posts,permanent.He alleged nepotism throughout the reign and pointed out film director Kamal’s recommendation in Chalachithra Academy appointments.
Kamal’s idea was to induct leftist people in the academy posts.Being CPI M is the qualification to get a job-Ramesh pointed out.
He was addressing media in Kozhikode today as part of his Aioswarya Kerala Yathra.
He said that Sabarimala is still a major issue in Kerala.The CPI(M) must make its stand clear whether they are in the same stand or changed their mind.The party must stop the drama-he added.
When UDF comes into power,there will have a resolution in Sabarimala.
In Sabarimala issue we stood with believers.If CPIM has changed its earlier stand,the government must withdraw the affidavit already filed in the Supreme Court-he said.
The High Court had quashed the recent appointments in Calicut University and the court sharply criticized the government action. Yesterday, 114 people were confirmed in the CDIT. Earlier, 280 people were appointed in Keltron. Steps are being taken to make the temporary staff in government institutions like Health Department, Industries Department, KILA etc , as permanent .
Gold smuggling case
While speaking about CM’s former Principal Secretary Shiva Sankar’s release in connection with the gold scandal case,Chennithala said it was a nexus between the BJP and the CPIM.The case has already stalled.It was the result of both the center and the state government’s deal-Chennithala said.