After taking stock of the situation with senior leaders of the Congress and UDF partners, Chandy told reporters that the government was ready to discuss the terms-of-reference of the judicial inquiry with LDF leaders.

Chandy appealed to the LDF to call off its agitation in the state capital in view of the decision to hold a judicial probe into the scam. He said the government had made it clear earlier itself that it had an open mind on instituting any kind of probe once the Special Investigation Team (SIT) completed its ongoing criminal investigation into the scam.

Chandy, however, ruled out his resignation when the judicial probe was on. He said that government would seek the services of a High Court judge for the probe. Government was ready to incorporate in the terms and reference of the probe any suggestions from the Opposition, if they come forward.

LDF should end the stir if their real intention was to expose the culprits behind the scam, Chandy said, adding Opposition should come forward for a dialogue with government to end the stir.


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