P. T. Thomas MLA alleges mystery behind suspension of IT company website owned by CM’s daughter


"The IT company of Pinarayi Vijayan's daughter was in operation since 2014 and after the data controversy broke out, the website of her company suddenly disappeared. Certain areas of the Sprinklr website have also been masked," said Thomas.

Kochi: Senior Congress legislator P. T. Thomas expressed concerns that the sudden disappearance of the website of a Bengaluru based IT firm owned by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s daughter was linked to the Sprinklr data scam.

"The IT company of Pinarayi Vijayan's daughter was in operation since 2014 and after the data controversy broke out, the website of her company suddenly disappeared. Certain areas of the Sprinklr website have also been masked," said Thomas.

“The IT company ‘Exalogic Solutions’ owned by the Chief Minister’s daughter was a well-established firm. It also paid the GST till 2020. But now, the website of the firm found as - account has been suspended,” he added.

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Relating the suspension of the IT company’s website and masking of Spirnklr India website, P. T. Thomas raised suspicion. He also demanded a detailed investigation into the two incidents.

Addressing a press meet the other day, P. T. Thomas MLA demanded that the Chief Minister should reveal whether his family members were linked with the US company Sprinklr. Thomas also said he did not reveal more facts as he needs to clarify certain matters.

P. T. Thomas alleged that the Kerala government has sold out the most important information, which plays a major role in India’s economy, by making an agreement with Sprinklr over COVID-19 survey.

(With inputs from IANS)

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