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Puducherry minister continues agitation against Lt Governor Kiran Bedi

Puducherry Social Welfare Minister M Kandasamy continued his sit-in protest outside the Assembly against Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi

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Kiran Bedi, Puducherry Lieutenant Governor
Puducherry Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi

Social Welfare Minister M Kandasamy continued his sit-in protest outside the Assembly against Lieutenant Governor

"I'm not going to celebrate Pongal if the demands are not met," the minister said on Tuesday on Day 3 of his agitation Tuesday

The minister has demanded that the Centre government recall the LG.

Earlier, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy also staged a protest against and alleged that the LG was working in an "autocratic manner, blocking welfare schemes and not allowing an elected government to function."

The chief minister had also said that he will launch a signature campaign for Bedi's recall. He also threatened to hold hunger strikes in every constituency if the demand was not met.

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First Published: Wed, January 13 2021. 08:55 IST
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