BJP State office-bearers meet chalked out Strategies

via Courtesy:Daily published on April 8, 2008

The State office-bearers meet of the BJP has chalked out the strategies to be adopted during the yatra organised by the party in all the panchayats to expose the anti-national clauses in the Sachar and the Paloli committee reports.
BJP State president PK Krishnadas briefing mediapersons earlier in the day said that the party would highlight the State and the Central Government’s anti-people policies and the appeasement of the minority communities.  
The BJP leadership took stock of the situation in the country and the State in particular and decided to call upon the people to reject both the Sachar committee reports and the Paloli committee reports which are on appeasement of the minority communities.
The BJP leadership meet also expressed concern over the growing prices of essential commodities including the staple food of the Keralites, rice and blamed both the Central and the State Governments for failing to provide assistance to the people of the State.
Party leaders also discussed extensively on the possibility of the Lok Sabha elections and the stand to be taken.   
The party leadership meet also expressed concern at the growing intolerance of the CPI(M) and the open threats carried out by the CPI(M) leaders under the guise of a peace rally through Kannur district. The leaders observed that this was in violation to the CPI(M) stand in the all party meeting held in Kannur called by the State Chief Minister VS Achuthanandan.
Former Union Minister O Rajagopal, BJP State general secretary (organisation) KR Umakanth, party State vice president V Muraleedharan and the Yuva Morcha State president K Surendran were the prominent leaders present in the meeting in addition to the State president PK Krishnadas.

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