Kerala MP does not pay Rs.365 electricity bill, former CM comes in defense
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The News Minute | September 20, 2014 | 5.40 pm IST The Leader of Opposition and former CM of Kerala V.S. Achuthanandan on Saturday slammed the KSEB for disconnecting the power supply to the office of the Malayalee actor turned MP Innocent. The electricity connection to was cut-off on Tuesday by the Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) for non-payment of a bi-monthly bill amounting to Rs. 365. The office of the MP is in Angamaly in Ernakulam district. The office bearers said that they did not receive any bills and that no warning was given before cutting off the supply. As soon as the due date was over, the fuse was removed, said the angered office bearers reported India Glitz. "It's shocking to see the way the KSEB proceeded when Innocent's bill of Rs. 365 was not paid. No action has been taken by authorities against those in the liquor business whose combined power arrears are Rs. 237 crore," said Achuthanandan on Saturday. Inputs IANS
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