Politics/Nation
Tainted leaders in Kerala's Cong's draft list - VR Jayaraj, Pioneer
A large number of Congress Ministers and MLAs in Kerala – starting with Chief Minister Oommen Chandy – are facing serious charges of corruption but this has not prevented the party from including the names of all of them in the list of the probable candidates it has drawn up for the May 16 Assembly election. Also, this has happened despite State party president VM Sudheeran’s relentless campaign against corruption and for transparency.
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