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         Tags: Thomas Chandy , Delhi trip
 
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A group of Youth Congress workers waved black flags at Minister Thomas Chandy while he was on his way to his official residence from Thiruvananthapuram international airport.
 
The incident happened in front of Muscot hotel,when the workers tried to block his car to mark their protest. The workers jumped in front of his car with black flags and shouting slogans.
 
Police soon arrested the agitators and tightened security in nearby roads and lanes.
The noose has been tightening around Minister Thomas Chandy in the backwater encroachment case. Chandy, who has remained undeterred by any threat or clamour for his resignation, is now in a fix following the high court’s observations against him.
 
Meanwhile, serious discussions over Chandy’s resignation were held at the AKG centre between the Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and party state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan. Some CPM ministers are also reportedly attending the discussion.    
 
Earlier, Chandy had planned to go to New Delhi from Kochi to file a petition in the Supreme Court and to meet NCP leadership. Later he cancelled the trip and came back to Thiruvananthapuram as the chief minister is said to have called him to his office..
 
Chandy said he would meet the chief minister on Wednesday and attend the cabinet meeting.  "The decision on resignation will be taken thereafter, also after considering the chief minister's opinion. One more option is there and that is moving the Supreme Court. 
 
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