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He said that the people of Kerala had a right to know what is going on.
Former Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president VM Sudheeran said that Pinarayi may have bowed to the financial power of Chandy, who owns a resort and a travel firm in Kerala and three schools in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.
The Opposition has expressed suspicion over the Pinarayi’s 'overzealousness' in shielding the minister.
Congress spokesman TN Prathapan said that Pinarayi may have gone out of way to shield the minister because of some "unholy deals".
Pinarayi sought the resignation of Chandy’s predecessor AK Saseendran immediately after a television channel aired his alleged sex chat with a woman.
Pinarayi sought to shield Chandy, who replaced Saseendran in May, even after receiving Alappuzha district collector’s report in September 2017 over alleged encroachment of part of a lake by Lake Palace resort, which he owned, and a vigilance court ordering a preliminary inquiry into the charges.
Pinarayi also sat on the LDF state committee’s recommendation to take an appropriate decision on Chandy's fate for nearly a week.
He also gave Chandy and his party a day even after the Kerala High Court dismissed Chandy’s petition against the report of district collector TV Anupama with questions over the collective responsibility of his ministry.
The action against Chandy was initiated by the revenue department, which is controlled by the CPI.It is learnt that he submitted the resignation on the condition that he will be reinstated if his move to challenge the high court order in Supreme Court succeeds.Obliging him, Pinarayi has reportedly decided to keep the slot vacant till either Saseendran is exonerated or Chandy gets a clean chit from Supreme Court.Chandy, along with two fellow Keralites, was convicted in the scam.
Meanwhile, Chandy's resignation has come as a big morale booster to the CPI, which locked horns with Pinarayi and his party over encroachments in the tourist hot spot of Munnar in Idukki district.It is an open expression of the lack of faith of the party’s ministers in the chief minister.