Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday safeguarded control serve MM Mani, saying he had not made any ‘hostile to ladies’ remarks against the activists of ‘Pembila Orumai’, a ladies’ group of manor laborers.
Vijayan additionally said Mani had not attempted to make “any obstacle” amid the counter infringement drive on government arrives in Idukki.
“Under the steady gaze of law, there is no thought as MLA or clergyman. There were dissensions. A test was held and no material was discovered justifying enlisting of a body of evidence against Mani,” Vijayan said amid question hour in the state get together.
Mani had as of late sought contention when he supposedly made some hostile comments against activists of ‘Pembilai Orumai’, a ladies’ group of ranch laborers of Munnar.
The clergyman had likewise professedly expressed Devikulam sub-authority Sreeram Venkataraman ought to be sent to “Oolampara” (haven) for evacuating a 30-feet cross set up purportedly on an infringed bit of government land in Munnar a month ago.
Congress MLAs – V D Satheeshan and P T Thomas – approached the administration the purpose behind not enlisting a body of evidence against Mani for his remarks against ladies specialists and the IAS officer.