Puducherry, Jun 10 (UNI) The Communist Party of India (CPI) is not satisfied with the prevailing law and order situation in the Union Territory, party National Council member R Viswanathan, MLA, said today.
Addressing a press conference here, he alleged that several murder cases were pending for more than five years without any progress. The nexus between politicians, criminals and police should be severed, he added.
Mr Viswanathan alleged that a senior official of the territorial administration was acting as a stumbling block for developmental schemes, including the conversion of the Agricultural Labourers Welfare Association into a Welfare Board.
He said he would lodge complaints with the Prime Minister and Home Minister against the official.
He also alleged that two Parliament members from the Union Territory were not doing anything for the development of Puducherry.
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