Narcotics business at Kodiyeri's house; CPM itself in custody, alleges Ramesh Chennithala
Kozhikode: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala alleged that the CPM itself has been taken into custody in the state and that the party secretary’s house has turned into a hub for narcotics.
The Congress leader said that he will not demand the resignation of the party secretary. Chennithala said that it would be better for the Opposition if Kodiyeri Balakrishnan continues as the party secretary.
Many people connected to the Chief Minister’s office are going to be interrogated in connection with the arrest of Bineesh Kodiyeri. There are constant allegations against the CPM state secretary’s son. The party and the government offer protection against these allegations, Chennithala claimed.
Narcotic drugs are sold at the party secretary’s house. Underworld activities are taking place inside the Chief Minister’s residence. Nobody is going to allow this to take place, Chennithala pointed out.
Chennithala asked how CPM is able to lead underworld activities. Who are the leaders of CPM trying to protect? The criminals have to be brought before the law. Chennithala stated that the public is aware of the corruption taking place in Kerala.
This incident has brought shame to the state. The government is involved in gold smuggling, underworld activities and other serious crimes. Chennithala also said that the entire state has seen the true face of the government.