Kerala Shocker: 'Ministers form a lobby to trap women and use them'

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Thiruvananthapuram, June 25: Saritha Nair, who has been found guilty in the infamous Solar scam case, once again claimed that she would expose many politicians who allegedly had sexually exploited her.

A news TV channel on Wednesday, June 24 aired Saritha's conservation in which she claimed that a section of ministers in Kerala allegedly had formed a lobby to trap and use women among themselves.

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Saritha Nair

During the conversation, Saritha was seen as saying that ministers exchange contact details of women among themselves and ask each other to approach them.

She also mentioned that prominent Congress leaders and union ministers of the then UPA government were also involved in the racket.

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Speaking about one minister, Saritha was quoted as saying, "The minister called me 65 times in one night. They would keep dialing until I attend the call. The calls would go up to 2 am. In the late night, the minister would be making calls in an inebriated condition."

Saritha is one among the main convicts in the solar scam which was busted in Kerala in 2013.

Team Solar, a fraudulent solar energy company, used two women to create political contacts with links even to the Chief Minister's office.

The company duped several influential people to the tune of 70 million Rupees, by offering to make them business partners, or by offering to install solar power units for them, and receiving advance payments for the same.

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