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         Posted on :08:55:02 Oct 13, 2017
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KOTTAYAM: BJP spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao has asked the LDF government to arrest all those who have been found guilty in the solar scam. He also wanted the national leadership of the Congress party to take disciplinary action against all Congressmen who have been found guilty by the solar commission.

Speaking to media persons here, Rao said the case was one of the biggest sex-cum-bribery scam in recent history and it had shocked the public and political conscience in the country. “They stand guilty in the court of public opinion,” Rao said.

He wanted the State government to expedite legal action against the persons found guilty by the commission and not to resort to delaying tactics which he feared as the UDF and LDF were engaged in compromise politics in the State for long.

He alleged that the CPI (M) had upset the secular credentials of the State. The party was keeping silent over the organised conversion moves in the State.

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