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Sunday, 14 August 2022 5.18 AM IST

Better to ask Sudhakaran about bombs, why couldn’t Congress condemn the attack, asks CM

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The chief minister has levelled harsh criticisms against the opposition and the Congress during the discussion on the adjournment motion moved by the opposition in connection with the AKG Centre attack. The opposition has not even condemned the attack against the party state headquarters, he criticized.

“KPCC president’s initial response was that the attack was planned by E P Jayarajan. He made the statement on the next day of the incident. Why couldn’t they condemn? The party and the government have dismissed the attack on Rahul Gandhi’s office. This is the method adopted by the CPM. If something wrong happens, then the CPM will not justify it. Attack on Rahul’s office was wrong. Don’t teach me who Sudhakaran is. I am not going into such matters. It was not right to call E P the planner. The attack on AKG Centre didn’t happen suddenly. So far, it’s been clear that a vehicle had passed before the Centre. He would have understood the areas of police surveillance. We are not trying catch any one person. The police is trying to find the real culprit. The accused will be nabbed. There is no doubt in that. The police questioning a person, who had uploaded a post about hurling stones at the AKG Centre, is a normal action. It is better to ask Sudhakaran about bombs and its methods. A case was registered in connection with the KPCC attack. Those who attacked Kottayam DCC office has been arrested. Be clean in life”, said the chief minister. Following the chief minister’s reply, the adjournment motion was dismissed by the assembly.

“SDPI leaders have arrived at the AKG Centre. They were sent back. I did not meet with them. They took pictures from there and are now circulating it on social media”, said the chief minister.

Earlier, opposition leader V D Satheesan had slammed the CPM and the government. There is mystery in the attack. They are trying to hide something and are blaming the attack on Congress, said Satheesan.

When the opposition gave notice for the adjournment motion on Monday morning, the chief minister said that he was ready to suspend the assembly proceedings and discuss it. Lakhs of people are seeing the AKG Centre attack with fear, said the chief minister in the assembly. The discussion which began at 1 pm will end at 3 pm. This is the second time in this session that the government suspended the house proceedings in order to discuss the motion.

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