Kerala liquor policy: Congress accuses ministers of lies

The criticism came after reports that the state government was considering scrapping the 'dry day' norm sparking a political storm in the state.

BySouth First Desk

Published May 27, 2024 | 3:07 PMUpdatedMay 27, 2024 | 3:07 PM

VD Satheesan urged the government to release the documents proving terrorist connections in Vizhinjam protest. (vdsatheesan/Twitter)

Congress on Sunday, 26 May, continued its attack against the Left government in Kerala over its liquor policy, accusing Excise Minister MB Rajesh and Tourism Minister PA Mohammed Riyas of “lying” to the public by claiming that no discussion had taken place regarding the scrapping of the “dry day” norm.

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