Keeping up the pressure on the government, opposition leader V S Achuthanandan on Thursday asked Speaker N Sakthan to forward to police the complaint of LDF women MLAs that the ruling front legislators had attacked and molested them on March 13.
CPI(M) veteran and Leader of Opposition VS Achuthanandan on Tuesday demanded registration of cases against the ruling UDF MLAs for allegedly outraging the modesty of LDF women legislators during the March 13 violent incidents in the Kerala Assembly.
In a rare convergence, Kerala's ruling Congress-led UDF and CPI-M headed LDF opposition, at loggerheads on several issues, have come out against the NDA Government's move to impose a nation-wide ban on cow slaughter and beef, dubbing it as an encroachment on personal liberty.
The Opposition’s protest against Finance Minister KM Mani presenting the Kerala Budget took a tragic turn, Friday, when a Left supporter died after he suffered a heart attack during clashes with the Police outside the Kerala Assembly.
The CPI-M-led LDF Opposition Tuesday staged a walkout in the Assembly demanding resignation of State Finance Minister K M Mani over the bar bribery issue and alleged that the government was trying to sabotage the case against him.
As part of its plan to intensify stir against Finance Minister K M Mani seeking his resignation in the bar bribery case, CPI(M)-led LDF today decided to organise a protest march to the state Assembly here on March 13 when the budget is to be presented.
The 14-day-long session of the Kerala Assembly ended today amidst protest and ruckus by CPI(M)-led LDF opposition, demanding resignation of Finance Minister K M Mani against whom Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau has registered a graft case in the bar bribe scam.
Continuing their attack against the Congress-led UDF government over the new liquor policy in the Assembly, CPI-M led LDF Opposition on Wednesday sought an adjournment motion on the proposed changes in the policy and staged a walkout in protest.
CPI(M)-led LDF Opposition on Tuesday continued their protest in the Kerala Assembly over the bar bribery case against Finance Minister KM Mani and twice staged a walkout, even as Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala rejected the charges that an attempt was on to scuttle the probe against Mani.
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Assembly was adjourned for the day after CPI(M) led LDF opposition members stalled proceedings, demanding resignation of Finance Minister K M Mani, against whom a graft case has been registered.
Mounting a grim attack on the Congress led UDF government in Kerala over bar bribery scam, CPI-M led LDF Opposition on Friday stalled assembly proceedings demanding resignation of Finance Minister K M Mani in the wake of Vigilance and Anti-corruption Bureau filing an FIR against him in the case.
Thiruvanthapuram: The CPI(M)-led LDF opposition on Friday protested in the Kerala Assembly demanding resignation of Finance Minister K M Mani in the wake of the Vigilance and Anti-corruption Bureau filing an FIR against him in the bar bribe scam.
CPI(M)-led LDF opposition Wednesday continued its protest in the Kerala Assembly demanding that a House Committee probe corruption allegations against the Public Works Ministry, levelled by an MLA in the treasury benches, leading to early adjournment of the House for the second day.
Describing himself as the least autocratic, state Congress president VM Sudheeran who was criticised by his own party leaders for his adamant stand on Kerala's new liquor policy, Saturday described it as pragmatic and practical.
Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Wednesday rejected the CPI(M) led LDF opposition's charge that the UDF government is "smeared with corruption" with regard to its liquor policy and asserted there was no going back on it.
Alleging that the Vigilance quick verification against Finance Minister KM Mani was a 'farce', the Left Democratic Front (LDF) on Monday moved the Kerala High Court, seeking to draw up an FIR and register crime against the minister, who is at the centre of a bar bribe row.
The Winter session of the Kerala Assembly began on a stormy note on Monday with the opposition LDF raising the bribery allegation against Finance Minister and Kerala Congress (M) supremo K M Mani to attack the Congress-led UDF government headed by Oommen Chandy.
Burying the strained relations between CPI-M and CPI, opposition LDF in Kerala today decided to launch a joint agitation, seeking resignation of Finance Minister K M Mani who has come under a cloud following a bribe allegation over the bar licence issue.