While accepting that the charges levelled by JD(U) state president M.P. Veerendra Kumar against the ruling front were relevant, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy has said that he will take account of the allegations.
Chandy on Tuesday said that he would take a serious look into the allegations raised by the UDF ally and take necessary actions.
While stating that all allies in the front are on equal footing, the CM assured that no ally would leave the UDF.
“This front would contest the next elections too,” Chandy added.
On Monday, Veerendra Kumar had said that the government is unable to convey its achievements to the people due to internal issues plaguing the UDF. He had also voiced his displeasure of being denied the Vatakara seat in the last Lok Sabha elections.