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And, both the Right and the Left, have been caught equally in this intricate web of sex, deceit and morality. However, he is only one among the many ministers who lost their berths, thanks to controversies involving sex and sleaze. Chacko, the then home minister in the R Shankar ministry.Kerala has had its first political sex scandal barely five years after the state was formed. However, those were much more innocent days and did not involve any phone tapping or hidden cameras. The minister, who was travelling to Peechi Dam site on a vacation, met with an accident and rumours started spreading that there was a lady in his car at the time of the accident. All hell broke loose in the puritan society that Kerala was at that time.Saseendran is the second minister to quit the Pinarayi Vijayan ministry.Earlier, E P Jayarajan of the CPM had to resign following allegations of nepotism in October 2016.However, I am resigning to uphold morality in politics which my party and the LDF have always strived to uphold.I have urged the CM to institute a thorough probe into the incident," said Saseendran.
He represents Elathur assembly constituency in north Kerala.To address the issues of women, the LDF government has decided to create a separate department for women, which is in the final stage of operationalisation, and will set up all women police stations at the taluk levels, he said.The government also plans to make the visit of a lady police officer to every panchayat mandatory on a pre-announced date and time, he said.“The government has already started the first women’s battalion this year and is committed to increase the women’s share in the force by 15% and believe that it should be at least 50%,” Sathasivam added.Kerala will launch a registry of sex offenders, the first of its kind in the country, governor Justice (retd) P Sathasivam said in state capital Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday.The registry will contain all identification details of sex offenders and would be kept in the public domain, he said while detailing plans to check atrocities against women in the state. Addressing the opening day of the fourth session of the 14th legislative assembly, Sathasivam also said the CPI(M)-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) government will set up a comprehensive relief fund for victims of sex crimes.