Ramesh Chennithala stated that he didnt sent any letter to high command.
Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala has sent a letter to the Congress high command alleging that the UDF government's poor performance was the reason for the party's failure in the muncipal and panchayath election.
Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala denied sending letter to Congress high command censuring the Kerala government's method of working.
Expressing that the letter was created, he requested an official test into the episode.
The Economic Times had reported that Chennithala sent a letter to the Congress high charge asserting that the administration's poor execution was the purpose behind the party's annihilation in the nearby election.
Accordingly, Chennithala claims that he used to draft letter in his his letter pad only. Then again, the one specified letter found on plain paper.
He further refers to three more indicates substantiate his case.
Regularly, the letter to Sonia bears welcome 'regarded madam'.
While tending to Sonia, the expression 'noteworthy CP (congress president) is by and large utilized.
While putting mark, the name is composed with R and C in capital letters.
The letter does not have the aforementioned viewpoints, he says.
In the mean time, KPCC president VM Sudheeran who prior said that he said that he came to think about the letter through media reports later communicated suspicion over the validness of the letter including that he would react when conversing with Chennithala..
As indicated by the letter, the Chief Minister has lost his picture and that defilement was widespread in the state
The letter says that the BJP got to be solid after the nearby body surveys and the Hindu group began to bolster BJP.
The Nair group which had been a solid supporter of Congress moved its loyalties to BJP and the LDF. The Ezhava group has freely reported its backing to BJP. It additionally asserts that the administration's mollification of minorities is the reason for Hindu group removing itself from UDF.
Misuse of force and preference additionally distanced the general population from Congress and UDF. The letter further says that the gathering was not prepared for the nearby body surveys and it didn't take any measures for coming to a bargain with the agitators. It cautions the focal authority that if solid medicinal measures are not taken, the gathering will confront a noteworthy misfortune in the get together decisions and that shallow measures alone won't suffice.