Kasturi Rangan report: Will call all party meet

Thiruvananthapuram: The Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said that the government will call for an all party meet to discuss issues regarding the Kasturi Rangan report. The CM said that only after getting the expert report the government will call for an all party meet. The data collection of the three member committee will start from November 26 onwards. The data collection will be done from 16 places informed by MLAs and MPs. The committee will complete evidence collection by December 5 and the report will be submitted. The CM said that after calling the all party meet a common opinion will be taken and will inform the centre regarding the Kasturi Rangan report.

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