Kerala Minister Thomas Chandy set to go on leave

Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017,14:52 IST By anju A A A

Thiruvananthapuram | Kerala Transport Minister Thomas Chandy involved in allegations of land grabbing is set to go on leave for fifteen days from November 1, citing his health issues.

Meanwhile, Alappuzha District Collector’s report against Thomas Chandy will submit to Revenue Minister tomorrow. The Collector had mentioned in the report that the place lodging the Lake Palace Resort owned by Thomas Chandy had illegally filled paddy land.

His Departmental charges will be handed over to another minister.

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