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Governor’s report quite natural: Chennithala

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Kochi: State Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala Sunday has said it is quite natural that the Governor submitting his report on the political situation of the state to the President.

“The governor’s report on the Friday’s unruly scenes in the Assembly that to be submitted to the President is quite natural. It should not be seen as exceptional,” Chennithala told reporters here.

“The property worth of Rs. 5 lakh was damaged in the incidents in the Assembly. That is why the Museum police filed cases against the legislators who were responsible for the incident,” the minister said.

“Action can’t be initiated against the watch and ward staff on the untoward incidents that happened in the assembly,” he said.

“The CPI(M) should apologise for the unprecedented incident,” he added.

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