Opposition blames government for political killings; The Left Front argues that they are communal forces

Thiruvananthapuram, First Published Apr 17, 2022, 5:34 PM IST

Thiruvananthapuram: The Opposition has come out with a critique of the government’s actions as the cause of the recurring political killings. At the same time, the Left Front came out with the argument that it was the communal forces that were disrupting the peace. However, the minister in charge of the district, K.S. Krishnan Kutty’s suggestion.

The opposition is intensifying its criticism of the government after two people were killed in the SDPI Popular Front clashes in Palakkad and Alappuzha alone. Opposition parties have blamed the CPM and the government for the deal. The Palakkad double murder was another weapon in the hands of the Opposition, which had earlier intensified its criticism of the Home Department.

At the same time, the Left Front and the CPM are coming out with a strong argument that the government will not fall into the conflict. Left Front Convener A.S. Vijayaraghavan alleged. Speaker MB Rajesh’s response was that the steps taken by the police to prevent clashes were satisfactory.

The Left Front meeting in Palakkad decided to campaign against communal polarization. Anti-communal rallies will be held in all constituencies from the 25th to the 30th of this month. The Left Front leaders also demanded that the BJP leaders change their stand that they will not attend the all-party meeting.

Communal forces in the police, the disintegration of goons in the state, the real horrors of the government; Leader of the Opposition

Thiruvananthapuram: Opposition leader VD Satheesan has sharply criticized the government over the Palakkad political killings. The government cannot stop the communal forces from killing each other. Goons are rampant in the state. The police are unable to take strong action. Communal forces have infiltrated the police. He also criticized the police for leaking information to political leaders.

CPI leaders D Raja and Annie Raja were right when they said that communal forces had infiltrated the police. They were also criticized for saying that that day. This intrusion should be closely monitored. This should be looked into, including intelligence.

The communal forces in Kerala are enemies who nurture each other. Their very existence is an attack on the other side.
This is not in line with the Kerala political tradition. Communal polarization must be taken seriously. The reason for all this is the actions of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. Organizational leaders are also involved in the conspiracy. The SDPI and the RSS have already made several give-and-take with the CPM.

The poor are the victims of violence. Violent organizations seek to create space in society.
Peace is being violated in a state where a budget of Rs 2 crore has been earmarked for world peace. Drugs have an impact on seizures. District collectors are influenced by party leaders. Every day the CM says it is an isolated incident. What the government is doing is communal appeasement. The result is aggression. Even at the national level, the image of Kerala is bad. The UDF will consider a strong agitation.

He did not know what PJ Kurien said against Rahul Gandhi. I did not see any news about it. Discussions on the Thrikkakara candidature will begin next week. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. It is not known whether KV Thomas was invited to the Political Affairs Committee meeting. May not be called. VD Satheesan said that it is up to the KPCC president to decide.

Last Updated Apr 17, 2022, 5:39 PM IST

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