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Should the Kerala CM resign for his insulting comments against slain major Unnikrishnans family?

Asked by ali, 04 Dec '08 08:58 am
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No. major unnikrishnan's father behaved in an extremely uncivilised manner when the kerala cm and home minister visited his house and the next day the when the presspersons asked the cm for his comment on the statement of major sandeep unnikrishnan's father that no dog need come here with their condolences the cm replied that if this was not major sandeep's house no dog would have come here. however some illiterate hindiwalla channel gave a headline that the kerala cm calls the martyr's father a dog. it is just a intentional mischief by some bombay channel to create a sensation and capitalize on it and get an edge above other channels. these facts are clearly stated by major sandeep's family in their press release dated 3 december. hence it is better for the channel chief or his tranlator who made the mistake to resign.
Answered by Hari krishnan, 05 Dec '08 08:12 am

 
  
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This is a wrong reaction.
Major Unnikrishnan's father reacted in a distasteful manner when the Kerala CM visited their house. I have read it in newspapers. The CM only reacted in the same manner but did not call anyone 'dog' unlike that man.
May be CM should have been more cautious in his choice of words, because the partisan media is always on the lokout of such things.
However things are over now.
Answered by Ajoy Sen, 05 Dec '08 08:34 am

 
  
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Yes. no uestion . no need to give reasns
Answered by GOVIND, 05 Dec '08 08:26 am

 
  
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Absolutely. A person in his position should take responsibility for his or her words and actions.
Answered by Albert Pinto, 05 Dec '08 08:02 am

 
  
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He should be sacked. He should not make such irresponsible and loose statements. I think he should retire. He is 84 if i am not mistaken. Both the Kerala and Tamilnadu CMs should resign.TN CM too makes irresponsible coments.Both have grown old.
Answered by manjunatha bangera, 05 Dec '08 07:48 am

 
  
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Resignation is not a solution to all problems. Though the statement was a blunder, it was situational. He should apologise to the parents of our brave martyr.
Answered by Manjari Kumanan, 05 Dec '08 07:20 am

 
  
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I guess the Government should not wait for him to leave his post, rather Left parties should remove him. He has insulted a martyr which is more like insult of all the army man who lost their live for the sake of countries security. He should be quickly removed from his post.
Answered by Munish sharma, 05 Dec '08 12:15 am

 
  
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Shuld tender apology ..if not resign! He has behaved irresponsibly
Answered by anand ram, 04 Dec '08 11:23 pm

 
  
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Instead of resigning,the left party high command should remove him and give the job of a chaprasi.
Answered by amol chalke, 04 Dec '08 11:19 pm

 
  
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It is the life dream of Mr.Ommen Chandy to see the resignation of Chief Minister.He along with Mr. Ramesh Chennithala repeat the demand for the resignation of V .S. Achuthanandan at least 6 times every day. There is no reason for
Sri. Achuthanandan to resign. He is one of the best performing Chief Minister Kerala ever had.
Answered by Alexander Mathew, 04 Dec '08 11:14 pm

 
  
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