Thiruvananthapuram: Mathew Kuzhalnadan MLA once again raised allegations in the assembly on Thursday regarding monthly payments to chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s daughter, Veena T. During the discussion on grants for the industries department, Kuzhalnadan claimed that according to the registrar of companies’ records, Veena received money monthly from poor homes.
He reiterated his allegations against the chief minister’s daughter, prompting speaker A N Shamseer to remind him not to speak in the assembly for media attention.
Kuzhalnadan remained defiant, challenging the chief minister to prove that the acronym “PV” mentioned in the interim settlement board’s order did not refer to him. He even offered to resign his MLA post if the chief minister could prove in court that “PV” was not his name.
Meanwhile, the speaker reminded Kuzhalnadan that matters under judicial consideration cannot be discussed in the assembly and that issues violating the assembly’s business rules would not be recorded. Even after Kuzhalnadan continued speaking, the speaker eventually turned off his microphone.

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