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Village panchayat orders dismantling of resort owned by Kerala NDA vice-chairman Rajeev Chandrasekhar

Earlier this month, NCP minister Thomas Chandy had to resign from the cabinet after similar allegations of land encroachment against a resort owned by him in Alappuzha district.

Resort violations: Kerala minister Thomas Chandy resigns, third exit in 18 months

Chandy is the third minister in the Vijayan government to face an unceremonious exit in the last 18 months. The wealthiest legislator in the Kerala Assembly with assets of Rs 92.37 crore, he became a minister in April after his party colleague, A K Saseendran, stepped down over a phone sex scandal.

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Thomas Chandy resigns over land encroachment charges, third minister to quit Kerala cabinet in over a year

Thomas Chandy resigns: The Kerala minister's resignation is expected to hit the image of CM Pinarayi Vijayan hard since he has personally vowed not to tolerate corruption within the government.

Will quit if observation against me in HC signed verdict: Thomas Chandy

Thomas Chandy has been under attack for the past one month from the opposition Congress-led UDF and the BJP over charges that a luxury resort at Kuttanad in Alapuzha district, owned by him, had allegedly encroached backwaters and violated land rules.

Wetland rules violation: Accused Kerala minister Thomas Chandy may go, final decision by CM Pinarayi Vijayan

Chandy, the lone NCP face in the cabinet, is in a spot over alleged encroachment of a lake and violation of wetland rules for construction of facilities for his resort in the backwaters of Alappuzha.

LDF entrusts CM Pinarayi Vijayan with taking decision on Thomas Chandy

The AG, C P Sudhakara Prasad, had recently informed the Kerala government that the Alappuzha collector's report on the alleged encroachment of land for a resort owned by Chandy was legally binding and that its findings could not be ignored.

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Kottayam Vigilance court seeks Thomas Chandy report

The petitioner said the road was constructed utilising the local area development fund of CPI Rajya Sabha member K E Ismail and Congress Rajya Sabha member P J Kurien.

Kerala’s wealthiest minister Thomas Chandy under cloud for ancillary facilities built near his resort

Transport Minister Thomas Chandy owns Alappuzha backwaters resort; road to it was built by flouting wetland rules, says govt report.

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