Kerala Kaumudi Online
Sunday, 21 July 2024 12.42 AM IST

'BJP is ready to accept those who become martyrs in CPM'


THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP State President K. Surendran said that if the CPM is preparing for reform, it should remove the weeds in Alappuzha but the weeds in Pinarayi. He also asked whether MV Govindan has the courage to do so. K. Surendran was speaking at the BJP's wide state leadership meeting held in Thiruvananthapuram.

Kerala now has a proper alternative to accommodate G. Sudhakaran if he is expelled for speaking out against corruption and injustice. BJP is ready to accept those who became martyrs in CPM for taking a strong stand. In the past, those who left the CPM had nowhere to go but today the NDA is here with 20 percent vote share. BJP will never promote politics of communal appeasement. BJP state president said that development politics will be promoted and NDA will reach out to minorities.

Kerala is run by family rule. This is a government steeped in corruption. The allegation of bribery in the appointment of PSC members came against the Chief Minister of Kerala. In the wake of the defeat in the Lok Sabha elections, the CPM is attacking the majority population. CPM is planning to take revenge on those who did not vote for them. But no one will be attacked for supporting BJP.

CPM is also threatening the Christian leadership. Those who voted for BJP will not be allowed to hunt. CPM is using SFI to create riots in the state. Principals are unable to enter the college. Surendran said that BJP's decision is to organize the people and fight against this.

'LDF or UDF' situation has changed in Kerala. A third force emerged. The Chief Minister said that winning in Kerala will be a herculean task for BJP. But in that Kerala BJP came first and second. Both LDF and BJP got the same number of seats. Soon BJP will rule Kerala. The foundation of this success lies in the fact that the leaders from Mararji have worked all over Kerala. The anti-incumbency sentiment in the state benefited not to the UDF but to the NDA.

The meeting was inaugurated by Union Minister of State for Minorities, Fisheries and Animal Welfare, George Kurien. Once you cross the third hurdle in politics, no one can stop you. Now nobody can stop Narendra Modi. Remembering the sacrifices. The Union Minister also said that he has a good relationship with all the former state presidents. Leaders like former state presidents O. Rajagopal, K. Raman pillai, PK Krishnadas, V. Muralidharan, Kummanam Rajasekharan, state vice president AN Radhakrishnan, state general secretaries MT Ramesh, C. Krishnakumar and P. Sudhir were present. About 2500 workers from Panchayat-Area Presidents to State office bearers participated in the meeting.

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