All the above responses are totally against the method of selection of ministers. Very Good. It has now come to light how the portfolios of ministers are allocated with the aid of influential characters like Radia. Common masses' role is restricted to 'polls' and there is nothing that we can do beyond that step. Of course, we can all react when a culprit or characterless person is allowed to take oath as Minister as freedom of speech is still allowed to us. A group of apolitical people can take initiative to do such reactions and it will give a new impetus and may work as an eye opener, though not immediately. The base for such a platform needs to be created much in advance, prior to the announcement of State Elections. Good and efficient people are there in all political parties in Kerala, but hardly they will be allowed to file nomination, forget the Minister ship. I do not think that at this stage, even if all the SPK members join together and voice their concern, efficient Ministers will rule our State. Let me hasten to add, if the Civil Servants (IAS / IPS officers) join together and take a pledge that they are against all sorts of nepotism, corruption, swindling of finance from the exchequer etc etc and that they will work only for the welfare of the masses at large and that they will expose the wrong doings of the Ministers, a rosy picture will emerge in Kerala.
"Proud to be an indian"
NO & YES are two short words, which need a long thought..., most of the things we miss in life are due to saying NO too soon or YES too late. Have a great day.