Dr. Neetha Nambiar makes it clear;”I narrate my sorrows;it is not political”

An Ayurveda doctor in Kallyasseri ;Dr.Neetha Nambiar wrote an open letter to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan , on her bitter experience ,allegedly from the CPI(M) activists at her hometown.She wrote it on her Facebook and the post is being widely shared among social media community in the state.
Dr.Neetha got wide support from Kerala social media community.However,she got some opposing comments from the persons who work in her own profession.
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She wrote in a new post few hours back,”What hurts me lot is the humilation of some friends working in my own field.I shared what I experienced since long time. It was life tragedy.It was not political.However,somebody tried to look into my word through political eyes.  I simply narrated my own sorrows.”
Another point is ,”Feminists,who are bursting out in any ‘woman issue’ are not coming forward in this case. “
Sarcastically,she adds,”Now Kerala women has no issues at all.Everything is OK.”
She concludes her post in a very bold manner”I will bounce back to victory,whenever you try to defeat me.”
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Her clinic was targeted by local CPI(M) workers at least in 13 times.  It was happened since her mother Banumathy  Vidyadharan, a Congress sympathizer contested in the local body poll in 2015 as  UDF candidate. Finally, she shifted her clinic to her house.The name board  of the clinic was attacked by the same group and they turn away patients, visiting her.Finally,she decided to work in other hospitals.But,she was denied job due to the rift with the party-Dr.Neetha said in her post.
She posted her bitter words at a time when the LDF camp is celebrating the first anniversary of Pinarayi government.
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