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Oommen Chandy promises supporters not to leave Puthuppally
Kottayam: Congress leader Oommen Chandy said that he reached Kerala to hold discussions regarding Nemom seat and to know the reaction of Puthuppally natives. But considering the emotions of party workers, I will contest the polls from Puthuppally itself, Oommen Chandy stated.

Oommen Chandy was addressing the media after speaking to party workers who were staging a protest in front of his residence. He promised his supporters that he would not switch seat in the assembly election. The protesters accepted his statement and rejoiced.

“The state and national leadership did not ask me to contest from Nemom. But I wanted to know the reaction of Puthuppally natives regarding my candidature in Nemom. The national leadership had already accepted my candidature in Puthuppally yesterday itself,” Oommen Chandy said.

“I have no plan to leave Puthuppally. But strong candidates should be fielded in all constituencies. That is the only wish regarding Nemom seat too. Nemom has been in discussion for long. We intend to hold talks on this matter only,” he added.

The party workers demanded that Oommen Chandy should decide about his candidature in Puthuppally from his house itself. With this, he contacted party leaders. DCC president Joshy Philip said after holding talks that Oommen Chandy will contest from Puthuppally as per the candidate list.

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