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       Chittilappilly offers Rs 5 lakh to woman for opposing LDF strike
         Posted on :11:57:44 Dec 13, 2013
       Last edited on:17:48:42 Dec 13, 2013
         Tags: 5 lakhs, woman, oppose, LDF strike

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Noted industrialist Kochouseph Chittilappilly has offered an amount of Rs 5 lakhs to the woman identified as Sandhya, who protested for denying freedom of movement to the public yesterday during the LDF's Cliff House blockade. The money is offered to her for her courage and bravery, said Chittilappilly.

I’m so happy for a person like Chittilappilly announcing the present given in appreciation, she said. Denying freedom of movement to the public by any political party cannot be accepted, she said.

The woman’s courageouos act will be an inspiration to many to come forward against such kind of strikes.

The hapless woman, staying near Congress leader Padmaja Venugopal’s house,  vent her anger on the LDF leaders present, while returning after leaving her daughter at the Christ Nagar School.  

In the meantime, a page has been started ‘Big Salute Sandhya’ in the facebook. So far, 1400 likes have been obtained. The profile carries her picture venting her ire at the leaders.

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