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Wednesday, 19 June 2024 4.57 PM IST

Tharoor controversy: Ban on public statements, Chennithala and V D Satheesan should hold talks and move forward, says AICC

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NEW DELHI: The AICC has directed Shashi Tharoor MP and other leaders not to criticize each other. As the Tharoor controversy continues, the AICC instructed Tariq Anwar to monitor the issue. The KPCC chief and the opposition leader should hold talks with each other and move forward, directed the AICC.

New controversies started in the Congress when Ramesh Chennithala responded to Tharoor's statement that he is ready to become the chief minister. Chennithala had responded that it is impossible to say what will happen after four years and asked him to keep his stitched coat away. However, Tharoor replied that he had not kept the chief minister’s coat ready. It doesn't matter what anyone says. Tharoor said that he is getting more invitations in Kerala and that he attends functions because people want to see him.

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TAGS: POLITICS, THAROOR CONTROVERSY, BAN, PUBLIC STATEMENTS, CHENNITHALA, V D SATHEESAN, HOLD TALKS, MOVE FOREWARD, AICC
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