CPM Is Ready To Make A Decisive Move By Overturning Malacca And Nagappan?: CPM district secretary Anavoor Nagappan has turned Malakum after the letter sent by Thiruvananthapuram mayor Arya Rajendran came out. Mayor Arya Rajendran gave an explanation to the party regarding the incident. Anavar Nagappan responded that the mayor had clarified to the party that the letter was fake. Anavar, who stated that the CPM does not accept the demand for resignation, took the position of indirectly protecting the mayor in front of the media.

When asked if the letter was fake or original, he replied ‘I don’t know. The CPM leadership is not yet ready to accept the Mayor’s claim that it is false. Such an incident is taken seriously, a detailed investigation will be conducted and legal action will be taken after that. It was not the opposition that elected Arya Rajendran as the mayor. Anavar Nagappan responded that the CPM cannot accept the opposition’s demand for resignation.

The controversy was caused by the mayor’s attempt to induct his own party members when he was offered temporary posts in the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation. There was a huge protest at the Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Corporation headquarters yesterday. There was tension in the place. BJP had marched in the municipal council. Along with this, Congress also intensified the protest.

Eminent people came out yesterday to respond to the incident. BJP state president K. Surendran wants to dissolve the administrative committee headed by Mayor Arya Rajendran. In his statement, he also asked whether the CPM District Secretary Anavoor Nagappan should fill the vacancies in the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation on a temporary basis. He said that the mayor who committed oath-breaking and nepotism has no right to remain in office.

The Pinarayi government’s policy is that only CPM workers can get jobs everywhere. So is the municipality. If this letter is true, the situation is dire. Lakhs of job seekers and youth organizations in Kerala are not responding. Kerala is going through a terrible situation where if you want to get a job in government institutions, you have to be a CPM member or a relative of CPM leaders or ministers.

At the same time, BJP district president VV Rajesh asked that if the mayor does not send a letter asking for the list, they should file a complaint in the cyber cell and investigate where the letter came from. This is the latest instance of CPM leaders being inducted into the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation for decades. The government should immediately intervene and dissolve this governing body. VV Rajesh said that he will proceed with strong strike programs.

Mayor Arya Rajendran has sent a letter to CPM district secretary Anavoor Nagappan asking for a list to hire party members in the municipal council. The attempt of the mayor to insert party members into about 295 temporary posts in the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation, which is ruled by the left organization, was made. The letter was leaked from some WhatsApp groups of long-standing party members. The letter has been sent to the party leader on the mayor’s official letter pad.

He has not received the letter in the name of the mayor and the letter he says was sent by DR Anil. It is also noteworthy that Nagappan, who repeatedly said that he had not received the letter, was not ready to say that the mayor had not failed. The CPM district leadership is adamant that no recommendation has come before them asking for a list of party members to fill the vacant posts. Meanwhile, Arya Rajendran, who says the letter is fake, has informed that he will meet the media today.


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