A Sex offender shielded by Kerela Minister.

Is the Minister shielding a sex offender? Is this the right place to be anymore? Would Kerala be a safe place for women anymore? The answer lies here.
A cell phone voice clip that purportedly depicted the Minister endeavoring to safeguard a gathering assistant from examination in an inappropriate behavior case turned into a web sensation in the established press. The embarrassment has given ammo to the Opposition’s contention that the LDF’s new mission against share, sex shamefulness, and sexism, Sthree Paksham, was misrepresented.
The casualty had expressed that Mr. Saseendran had struck a threatening tone with her parents. The Minister appeared to realize the case enrolled at the Kundara police headquarters in Kollam intimately. Leader of the Opposition V.D. Satheesan said Mr. Saseendran had utilized the weight of his office to pressure a Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) laborer to sway his girl to pull out an inappropriate behavior protest she hosted recorded against a State-level get-together pioneer.
Mr. Saseendran has denied the current charge. He said he had only mediated to resolve a question between two NCP workers. Mr. Satheesan said the Minister had abused his office to bear the cost of government insurance to a sex wrongdoer and had asked the NCP laborer to settle the case agreeably. He didn’t know about the real essence of the grievance and didn’t realize it was an instance of lewd behavior.
Mr. Vijayan later restored Mr. Saseendran after the police inferred that he was “the casualty of a sting activity dispatched by the channel to acquire importance and viewership.”As Transport Minister in the past LDF government, Mr. Saseendran had taken a great deal of stick from the general population in 2017 for supposedly getting involved in an abusive telephonic discussion with a lady who acted as a correspondent for a juvenile T.V. slot. The channel later circulated the discussion, releasing a political storm that cleared Mr. Saseendran out of office.

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