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NRI Anitha Pullayil’s unauthorised entry into Kerala Assembly constructing a lapse, admits Speaker

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NRI Anitha Pullayil's unauthorised entry into Kerala Assembly building a lapse, admits Speaker

By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Admitting that the unauthorised entry of controversial Italy-based Keralite Anitha Pullayil contained in the Assembly constructing through the Loka Kerala Sabha was a ‘lapse’, Speaker MB Rajesh stated 4 contract workers of a non-public company related to the Assembly’s ‘Sabha TV’, who facilitated her entry, shall be relieved of their duties.

However, no motion has been taken towards the meeting watch and ward (safety workers) who allowed Anitha’s entry into the constructing, Anitha had landed in an issue after her title figured in a case referring to the smuggling of pretend antiques. After her go to turned controversial, the Speaker had requested the Chief Marshal of the Assembly to submit a report on the incident.

According to the Speaker, Anitha entered the constructing accompanied by a woman workers of the company related to Sabha TV. The watch and ward of the Assembly didn’t query Anitha’s entry as she was accompanied by an individual who had an ‘organiser’ id card of the Loka Kerala Sabha in addition to the I-card issued by the Assembly. Since Anitha sat within the room contained in the Assembly constructing allotted to Sabha TV together with three different contract workers of the company, motion has been taken towards them as effectively. The non-public company offers with the OTT-related operations of Sabha TV.

The Speaker stated Anitha entered the Assembly premises utilizing an invite card issued for the Open Forum held exterior the constructing. Even although she managed to enter the Assembly constructing, she didn’t achieve entry to the corridor the place the Loka Kerala Sabha proceedings had been occurring, he stated.

No workers of the Assembly, both common or on contract, was accountable for the incident, the Speaker reiterated. The Speaker additionally stated he’ll study if any case must be lodged in reference to Anitha’s unauthorised entry.