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‘Six Positions’; Kerala Congress MLA holds the post of Chairman, Minority Development Finance Corporation


Thiruvananthapuram: It is reported that the division of the LDF board corporation is in the final stage. According to Mathrubhumi News, the Left Front has agreed to give the post of Chairman of the Minority Development Finance Corporation to the Kerala Congress MLA. According to the report, the Kerala Congress MLA, who has done well since joining the Front, has secured six posts, including the post of Chairman of the Minority Development Finance Corporation.

Kerala Congress

It is reported that the Kerala Congress MLA, a newcomer to the front, has secured six seats after the completion of the division of the Board Corporation. Mathrubhumi News reported that this includes the position of Chairman of the Minority Development Finance Corporation. It is also noteworthy that the division of the Board Corporation will be completed six months after the second Pinarayi government came to power.

Forest Development Corporation and Kerala Congress

During the first Pinarayi government, the INL was given the position of Minority Development Finance Corporation. This time the Left Front is handing over to the Kerala Congress MLA led by Jose K. Mani. Apart from this, it is reported that the Kerala Congress M will also get the Kerala Forest Development Corporation which was in the hands of Janata Dal AC.

The CPI also retained the 17th position

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When the division of the Board Corporation is completed, the small parties in the front will suffer. At the same time, the CPI, the second largest party in the LDF, has retained the seats it won last time. According to the Mathrubhumi report, the CPI (M) is getting 17 seats this time as well.

The announcement is next week

Although the board has reached an agreement in the front regarding the division of the corporation, no announcements have been made so far. The announcement will be made after next week’s meeting. It is reported that the split between the board and the corporation was delayed due to the failure to reach a final agreement on the positions to be given to the new parties coming to the front.

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