Actor Parvati Thiruvothu has reacted to this news Former Health Minister KK Selja is not part of Kerala’s new cabinet. The versatile artist criticized the LDF move on his Twitter account and appealed to him to ‘#bringourteacherback’.
“@CMOKerala, we deserve better! #bringourteacherback One of the most capable leaders of our time! A rarity, indeed! @shailajateacher led the state through the toughest medical emergency, ”read a tweet. “She won from Mattanur constituency in her hometown Kannur by a margin of over 60,963 votes! A big win! The biggest difference in the 140-member assembly! And while we are still fighting the second wave of COVID-19, @cpimkerala decided to play him as the party whip ??! is this for real? There is no justification for this! People chose their leaders and this bypassing puts the party in a very dubious position, ”he continued.
– Parvati Thiruvothu (@parvatweets) 18 May 2021
Parvati then shared a photo of Shailaja Teacher on her timeline and wrote, “#BeingOrTeacherback @shailajateacher deserves to be in the cabinet and the people of the state deserve his capable leadership!”
Not only this, the South Indian actor also attacked the decision of the state government to take away all the Kovid-19 norms, with the attendance of 500 people at the swearing-in ceremony.
“There is no doubt that the state government has done incredible work and continues to do so to help the frontline workers and help fight this epidemic is a very responsible way. That is why it is shocking and unacceptable that a crowd of 500 is deemed ‘not so’ by @CMOKerala for the swearing-in ceremony on the 20th. Given that matters are still on the rise and we are nowhere near a finish line, this is a grossly wrong move, especially when there is an opportunity to set an example by holding a virtual ceremony! I request @CMOKerala to please consider this request and cancel such a public meeting. A virtual swearing-in ceremony, please! ” Parvati tweeted.
On the work front, Parvati was last seen in a Malayalam film Arcarium.