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       Political hunting in the name of Solar won’t be allowed: Kunhalikutty
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Muslim League National General Secretary P K Kunhalikutty has said the government’s attempt to hunt UDF leaders on the basis of Solar Commission report will not be allowed.

“No one will be allowed to hunt UDF leaders on the basis of mere presumptions and inferences unless the probe is complete and the court taken a decision on it. The UDF will decide on what to do next and its leaders will unitedly face the allegations,” he said.      

Kunhalikutty said, what Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan released as Solar Commission report findings were the legal advice the government got over the report and they were not the details of the report.

“The UDF leaders themselves have welcomed any probe into this. The public life of leaders including Oommen Chandy is transparent. People will reject allegations. Vengara voters have realised the mysterious intention of the government’s political move coinciding with Vengara election,” he said. 

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