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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Talking to reporters here, the second accused in the ‘solar scam’ Saritha S Nair has said that she feels proud as a woman with the commission report on the solar case coming to the fore.

She added that this means that the commission has accepted all that she revealed to the commission.

“Initially I looked at the commission with much doubt but later on I was convinced that they were working without any bias, and hence decided to cooperate with them. I’m happy about the kind of consideration that women get,” she said, and added: “I will not say that I’m innocent but those who did the same mistake as I did also should get punished.”

She also said that she had mentioned the name of Oommen Chandy in her letter, and that she would stand strong with the allegations she made.

“No other women should go through what I had to go through. I had to face many bitter experiences. But I did not do anything against any particular person,” she said, and added that she only pointed out the difficulties that she had to go through.

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