A meeting of the Nationalist Congress Party's state executive will be held here tomorrow amid mounting pressure on party nominee in the LDF government, Transport Minister Thomas Chandy, to quit over allegations of land encroachments by his lake resort in Alappuzha district.
Though the state leadership of NCP sought to downplay significance of the meeting, saying it was planned a month ago to discuss organisational matters, party insiders said Chandy issue will be discussed in the 100-member executive committee, particularly in view of its souring relations with LDF partner CPI over the issue.
Following reports that CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran had strongly pressed for Chandy's resignation at the LDF meeting held in Thiruvananthapuram yesterday, the NCP today hit out at the Left party, a key partner in the alliance, saying its stand on many issues has put the CPI(M)- led government in trouble.
"CPI airs different views on all issues.. We can't say that it is ...
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