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Muslim League wants discussion over ward delimitation

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Thiruvananthapuram: Muslim League leader and Minister for Industries P K Kunjalikutty on Tuesday said that the UDF should discuss the matter of filing an appeal against the High Court rule revoking the process of ward delimitation.

“The elections to the local bodies should be conducted according to the ward delimitation. There is a chance for appeal against the High Court rule,” Kunjalikutty said adding, “the Muslim League has no special interest in the matter.”

Minister for Panchayats and Social Justice M K Muneer said the High Court had not pointed out any transgression in the ward delimitation process.

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