The Opposition in Kerala led by the Congress demanded a special assembly session to be convened to table the report of Jutsice G Sivarajan Commission that probed the sensational solar scam.
Opposition leader in the Assembly Ramesh Chennithala on Wednesday demanded that a special one day session to be convened for this.
Speaking to reporters in Kozhikode Chennithala alleged that the government was registering cases against senior Congress leaders who were ministers in the previous United Democratic Front government in the name of the Commission report.
"Oommen Chandy had also demanded a copy of the report and so a special assembly session should be convened to table the report," he said reports Manorama Online.
The state government – the Left Democratic Front led by the CPI (M) on October 11 had announced a probe by the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau against former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Oommen Chandy. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, claimed that there are findings in the Commission report to initiate action against Congress leaders.
The cabinet had also decided to register criminal case against former Home Minister Thiruvanchur Radhakrishnan for allegedly helping Chandy in the case.
It was also decided to register sexual assault case against several Congress leaders and leader of Kerala Congress (M) Jose K Mani whose names were featured in a letter written by Saritha S Nair, the prime accused in the case.
The Congress has taken a defensive stand against the government’s move saying that it was politically motivated. Oommen Chandy has been demanding to make the Commission report public.
The government took the stand that the Commission and the action taken report will be tabled in the Assembly.
The case relates to swindling of lakhs from several people by Sarith S Nair and her live-in partner Biju Radhakrishnan after promising to set up solar panels.
Saritha S Nair, has been linked to many influential names in the state, for allegedly receiving money and sexual favours.