Thiruvananthapuram: Indiscipline won’t be tolerated in the police force, warned Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today. He also informed that the total cost incurred by the government in the T.P. Senkumar case will be revealed soon.
Speaking in the Kerala Assembly, the CM explained that the government moved the court based on legal advice. He was replying to the allegation raised by Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan that the police headquarters is the epicenter of indiscipline.
Commenting on the Senkumar issue, Pinarayi said that the government approached the Supreme Court based on the legal advice of Advocate General and Legal Secretary. He said the government will not hide the expenditure of the case and it will be revealed later. His clarification comes in the wake of the rumours that the government had spent Rs 3 crore regarding the Senkumar case.
On M.M. Mani’s controversial speech, the Chief Minister said that a case was not registered against Mani as he had not committed anything that could be deemed as a crime.
He added that Mani had not made any anti-women remarks, and the police had investigated it in detail before coming to the conclusion that a case need not to be taken against him.