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Morality is subjective, says Antony on Mani’s reluctance to quit

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Kozhikode: Senior Congress leader and former Union minister A K Antony, while quizzed about the reluctance of Finance Minister K M Mani to quit the post in the view of the Vigilance court order, said the perception of morality is subjective.

“I am not the one to resign. K M Mani is not me to quit the post. Let the re-investigation take place,” Antony said while talking to the press here on Friday.

The Congress veteran said he respected the court order in the case.

“The UDF will discuss the bar bribery case and take an appropriate decision on the future course of action,” he added.

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