Insane Sudhagaran’s Loud Mouthing is not Administration-LDF Leaders

published on December 15, 2007

Sudhakaran responsible for Aravana crisis: RSP

Pioneer News Service | Kollam

Former Minister and RSP State secretary VP Ramakrishna Pillai has accused Dewaswom Minister G Sudhakaran for the present decision to provide Aravana in the vessels provided by the pilgrims, thus turning the situation from bad to worse.

The RSP leader was addressing the district committee meeting of the party on Saturday. Pillai said that the Minister had not invited the Dewaswom members before taking a crucial decision on Sabarimala. He further said that the Minister was behaving like an insane person and added that the Left front should rein him. Pillai also said that loud mouthing is not administration .

The harsh words from the second left constituent after the CPI has created a bad aura for Sudhakaran whose utterances has led the CPI(M) into an embarrassing situation in the Left front meetings.

The RSP leader also said that the party has not asked for the Dewaswom membership not to remain as a sweeper and that the power of the deawaswom member will be delivered by the member representing the party. Ramakrishna Pillai reminded the Minister that it was the RSP which had formed the most powerful union of the employees in the dewaswom board.

The RSP state secretary Professor Chandrachoodan lashed out at the CPI-M official faction indirectly with the statement that financial forces and money bags are encircling left politics . He said that the dewaswom minister Sudhakaran is turning a liability to the front even though he is not corrupt .The RSP state secretary added that certain sections of the left parties who were ideologically clean are now in the grip of people like Pharis Aboobacker .

The RSP leader also said that the decision of the CPI to foregoe the land allocated to it in Munnar is a welcome sign. He however said that the CPI could have taken this decision much earlier and added that even if it is late it is better than never.

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