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I always stand for the principles and ethics I believe in: Sasi Tharoor MP
Kottayam: I always stand for the principles and ethics I believe in. Each and everything I did for Thiruvananthapuram in the last 10 years will speak for me. BJP had no track record or achievements. If the people want more development like this they will surely vote for me. I only have my records to give them as proof, says Congress MP Sasi Tharoor.

"Though Kummanam Rajasekharan is a good person, what did his party do for the country in the past 5 years? Kummanam is also responsible to answer this question because he is one of the candidates.
What is the reason for raising the price of a gas cylinder from Rs 390 to Rs 975? Who did this and who has benefited?" he asked.

"When petrol price is coming down all over the world, why is it going up in India? The government is responsible for all these problems faced by the common man. If they cannot answer these questions, how can they come into power again?

The constitution of India gives Indians the right to live in peace and harmony. But the ruling government is unaware of this, I think. All they want is to make India a Hindu Rashtra." added Tharoor.

I am not concerned about an individual, but the political parties here and it will be the same for all the citizen.

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