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Posted on Nov 12, 07:33PM | UNI
Different political parties in the union territory of Puducherry took strong exception to Chief Minister N Rangasamy's failure to appoint a sixth minister even after one year of the resignation of Mr Kalyanasundaram as education minister in his cabinet.
On November 12 last year Mr Kalyanasundaram resigned from the post of education minsiter following Tamilnadu police registering a case against him for his impersonation in writting SSLC examination.
Mr Kalyanasundaram had used a proxy to write his SSLC examination.
AIADMK state secretary A Anbazhagan in a statement demanded the immediate appointment of the sixth minsiter in Puducherry and said the Chief Minsiter is holding 22 portfilos which is causing delay in moving files and implimenting schemes.
CPI(M) Secretary V perumal also demanded that the sixth minsiter be appointed.
In a statement here today,Mr Perumal said that Chief Minsiter N Rangasamy failed to impliment the poll promises givent to the people and now there is administrative lapses because of the absence of the sixth minister.