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Friday, 22 October 2021 5.43 AM IST

NCP not to support complainants and accused in sexual harassment case; leaders including complainant's father expelled from party

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KOLLAM: The NCP has expelled several party leaders, including the father of the girl, who had lodged a complaint alleging that Minister AK Saseendran had tried to settle a sexual harassment case involving a party member. The leaders on the complainant's side as well as the accused were expelled from the party for anti-organizational activities.

The party expelled Jayan Puthenpuraikkal (Ernakulam), SV Abdul Salim (Kozhikode), Biju B (Kollam) and Honey Vito (Thrissur) for criticizing the state leadership in the controversy. State committee member Pradeep, who persuaded Saseendran to make a phone call on the issue, and the complainant's father have been expelled from the party for six and a half years. State committee members Padmakaran and Rajeev, who were accused of sexually harassing the girl, were also expelled from the primary membership.

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