Thiruvananthapuram: A judicial commission headed by justice P.A. Antony will probe the sleaze talk row that led to the resignation of A.K. Saseendran as Kerala transport minister.
The commission, which was appointed by the Kerala cabinet on Wednesday, has to complete the investigation in three months.
The commission will examine the audio clip of the telephonic conversation aired by a TV channel in which the minister was heard having a lewd conversation with an unidentified woman.
The commission will also investigate if there was any conspiracy and violation of rules behind the TV report.
Saseendran, who belongs to the Nationalist Congress Party, quit as minister on Sunday soon after the TV report kicked up a controversy. However, he has denied the allegations.