Kerala solar scam: Commission report on sticky wicket for anomalies in probe, lack of credible evidence
The report on ‘solar scam’ has raised eyebrows in legal and political circles in the state.
A judicial commission probing the solar panel scam in Kerala on Monday issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against prime accused Saritha S Nair for continuously failing to appear before it.
A TV channel on Sunday released a letter written by solar scam accused Saritha Nair in which she says she was sexually exploited by Oommen Chandy at his official residence. Chandy said he suspected a "conspiracy" behind it
Saritha S Nair, prime accused in Kerala's sensational solar panel scam, on Monday filed a petition in the High Court here seeking CBI probe into Chief Minister Oommen Chandy's alleged role in the scandal.
In the history of Kerala politics, rarely has there been an instance when one woman — a little-known personality in Kerala’s political landscape — has managed to take on the power centres, even dragging the chief minister to court with a series of corruption allegations and sexual exploitation
As the revelations made by Saritha S Nair pose a major threat to the poll prospects of the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) in Kerala, stories of two other women that had upset the UDF apple cart in the past elections come to the fore.
After the vigilance court had ordered registering of FIR against Babu, he had resigned on 23 January.
Kerala CM Chandy alleged "political conspiracy" behind the bribery allegations made against him by a solar scam accused.
Maintaining that there was no truth in the allegations, Chandy said the government had not lost even a rupee as alleged by the opposition in the scam and had not helped a company to gain even a rupee.
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Saturday said that he was not allergic to a judicial probe into what is called the solar scam
The Kerala High Court today reserved order on the bail plea of former private secretary to Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, Tenny Joppan, who was arrested in connection with the alleged solar panel scam, which has been rocking the state for the last few weeks.
Kerala's opposition Left Democratic Front has called for a state-wide shutdown today to press its demand for resignation of CM Oommen Chandy, whom it has accused of involvement in the solar panel scam.
We will "not bend our knees before a political conspiracy," said a combative Kerala Chief Minister Oomen Chandy on Tuesday as the opposition mounted pressure on him to quit over a scam.