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Thursday, 18 April 2024 8.28 PM IST

Rs 50 lakh granted for maintenance of ministerial buildings, amount sanctioned just before CM narrating problems caused by civet cats

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Public Works Department issued an order granting administrative permission of Rs 48.91 lakh for the maintenance of ministerial buildings. The money was granted just ahead of the chief minister's public response related to the problems caused by civet cats in the Cliff House. The order was issued on February 26. The chief minister's move is now being seen as a pre-emptive defense against possible criticism when money is made available.


CM said
‘The common people think that ministers live in great luxury. What is the condition of some houses where ministers live? Think that the shirt to be worn in the morning has been ironed and kept. Water will be seen on it after some time. Which water, urine of civet cat. One cannot leave a glass of water open in the bedroom fearing the urine of civet cat. Therefore, it is not a waste to spend the necessary money when constructing buildings with adequate facilities. Kerala is unique in raising unnecessary controversies for anything. Let the controversies happen, the important thing is that necessary things should be done. What is the present status of popular guest houses? It has been euthanized. It is our need to protect them.’

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