'Bev Q' app will have negative impact on government, says K Muraleedharan
Kozhikode: K Muraleedharan MP criticized that the state government’s urgency to develop an app for liquor distribution is more than that of COVID-19 prevention activities. He said there is no doubt it would adversely affect the government’s plan. There are apprehensions about this within the cabinet itself. However, they keep quiet as they are scared of the Chief Minister, Muraleedharan stated.
The government’s decision to conduct examinations in haste will lead to mental conflict among kids. Examination centres will have to be shifted to other places since certain areas become containment zones really quick. That would lead to some students not being able to appear for the exams. This can lead to severe mental conflicts in children. K Muraleedharan MP said that the government should be considerate to extend the date of examinations.
He also accused the move of the CM to call for a meeting of MLAs and MPs just before the lockdown is going to be lifted. He also said that he will not attend the meeting scheduled to take place on Tuesday.
The state of the Travancore Devaswom Board is an example of what could happen if the money from religious institutions is handed over to the government. The board has decided to sell all the temple lamps. Muraleedharan said that it was in order to prevent situations like that they wanted money of religious institutions to be used only for that purposes.
It was only because UDF decided to question the Sprinklr deal the government decided to drop all ties with the company. The company had lost interest when the High Court asked them not to use their name or logo anywhere. Congress party will continue to demand a CBI investigation on this deal, he added.