P.K.Krishnadas elected unanimously as new BJP Chief in Kerala

via HK published on November 5, 2006

Thrissur: Kerala BJP elected P.K.Krishnadas as the party’s seventh state president. He was elected unopposed causing utter dismay to the enemies of Hindu organisations and pseudo secular media who were expecting fight between the leaders.

Many rumours were on the headlines of Kerala Media since last one year and the Media was trying their best to cause rift among BJP party leaders and the members.

The leadership had rose to the occasion and elected unanimously P.K.Krishnadas, the much experienced leader from Kerala. Krishnadas, a Swayamsevak since his childhood days had proved his leadership skills in all important posts he held, both in Centre and State BJP.

P.K.Krishnadas hails from Kannur District, is the son of Late Karunakara Kuruppu and Pathmini Amma.Wife Geetha is a school Teacher and have two daughters , Nivedithadas and Nirupamadas.

There were no differences in the BJP in Kerala, other than minor differences which are seen in any democratic party. The people of Kerala are aware what is group fight and had seen the worst in both Congress and Communist party. Both parties had created many parties to occupy the power hungry leaders of the party and the Christian Congress in Kerala known as bracket party  had taken all the alphabets in English to form new parties.

Haindava Keralam wishes P.K.Krishnadas on behalf of Kerala Hindus who are still keep faith in this political wing of Sangh as the only option to alleviate the grievances of Hindus in the state. Let us hope the new leadership brings out  BJP as a new force to be reckon with in Parasuramakshetra.

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