THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The KPCC reorganization in the state is in full swing due to strong pressure to violate the norms set by the Political Affairs Committee. KPCC president K Sudhakaran said that there were disputes and the list would be handed over within two days. A proposal to reduce the number of members in the 51-member executive committee and increase the number of office bearers is under consideration.
Sudhakaran had to return from Delhi as he could not finalize the list due to strong pressure to recruit him in violation of the norms. Former DCC presidents M.P. It was suggested that Vincent U. Rajeevan and Bindu Krishna should be made KPCC office bearers. An earlier understanding was that former DCC presidents should not be made KPCC office bearers. There was an argument that Rajeev and Vincent should be given concessions considering that they were DCC presidents only for a short time. The question arose as to whether Padmaja Venugopal or Bindu Krishna were women office bearers. The decision not to consider those who had been in office for more than five years earlier was also cited as an obstacle for them. There was disagreement from the groups. Sudhakaran was of the view that the norms taken earlier in Kerala were unilaterally changed and he would not be blamed again. The leadership took into account the fact that the criteria were brought in only to exclude some if compromise was made.
K Sudhakaran from Delhi had a discussion with the Leader of the Opposition VD Satheesan. Sudhakaran confirmed that the KPCC leadership is trying to prepare a list of Oommen Chandy and Ramesh Chennithala as soon as possible. There are only such minor problems. KC Venugopal has not interfered in the Kerala list. Sudhakaran said that he was testifying to that. Sudhakaran’s explanation comes against the backdrop of groups raising allegations against KC Venugopal.
English Summary: KPCC president K Sudhakaran admits disputes in Congress