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Are all jobs in Kerala reserved for workers and powerful people? – Governor

Kerala Governor: Amid the ongoing tussle between the Raj Bhavan and the Left government in Kerala, Governor Arif Mohammad Khan on Monday alleged that there is an “oligarchy” in the CPI(M)-ruled state and this was clearly evident in the cases of appointment of party workers in government jobs. He made the remarks citing reports of a purported letter from the Thiruvananthapuram mayor’s office asking Communist Party of India (Marxist) “priority list” workers to be appointed to temporary posts in the civic body. was.

The Governor (Arif Mohammad Khan) said, “The letter which is being discussed in the media is not the first such case. Many such letters exist. They have become like an oligarchy in Kerala.” He also claimed that people are asking whether all jobs under the Kerala government are reserved for workers and university jobs for powerful people in Thiruvananthapuram? The CPI(M) leadership, who allegedly affected the unity of the country, called on Finance Minister K. N. Balagopal (KN Balagopal) has distanced himself from the comment.

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Arif Mohammad Khan (Kerala Governor) had earlier accused Bal Gopal of violating the dignity of his office and informed Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. Khan called on the Chief Minister, State Finance Minister K.N. Demanded to take appropriate action against Balagopal which is “constitutionally justified”.

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The governor spoke to reporters after the personnel of CPI-M-controlled ‘Kairali News’ and ‘Media One’ channel in Kozhikode left the venue. He said that he will not talk to the media persons of these two channels and alleged that they are (Kerala government) workers in the form of media.

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