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Achutanandan says he stands by his allegations

Achutanandan says he stands by his allegations

Thiruvananthapuram: Opposition leader in the Assembly, V S Achuthanandan Tuesday said he stood by the corruption allegations levelled against Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and other cabinet members.

Addressing an election rally at Thrissur, an unfazed Achuthanandan listed out the various scams including solar, bar bribery and Palmolive case during the UDF rule.

"I will continue my fight against corruption till the corrupt are ousted," he said.

Meanwhile, Chandy, who was in Kasaragod Tuesday, said he had already approached the Election Commission and would soon launch legal proceedings against the CPI(M) veteran, who had levelled "blatantly false charges" against him and some of his ministers.

The Chief Minister had said yesterday that if Achuthanandan does not retract his charges within two days, he would launch legal proceedings.

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