On the contentious Nandigram Assembly poll results she targeted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Suvendu Adhikari.
Leader of Opposition in Kerala Assembly VD Satheesan on Friday alleged that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) is turning a blind eye to Cochin Minerals and Rutile Limited (CMRL) pay-off case involving Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s daughter owing to the unholy nexus between the CPI-M and the BJP.
Speaking to media persons in Kochi, Satheesan said the ED is not probing the CMRL pay-off case involving Chief Minister Vijayan’s daughter because of the unholy alliance between the CPI-M and the BJP.
He asked why the ED, which is persecuting every Congress Chief Minister, is going soft on Pinarayi Vijayan. Postponing the SNC Lavalin case in the Supreme Court for 38 times is also owing to this unholy nexus, he said.
Stating that CMRL pay-off case comes under the ambit of the money laundering Act, Satheesan said the ED is neglecting the findings of a quasi-judicial body such as the Income Tax Department’s Interim Board for Settlement.
Speaking about the attacks against him by the Chief Minister and his Cabinet colleagues at his Assembly constituency North Paravur on Thursday, Satheesan said that Navakerala Sadas has turned into a political event at the people’s expense for criticising the Opposition Leader and the Opposition.