Two Govts ruling Kerala, says BJP

via Pioneer News Service | Thiruvananthapuram published on December 9, 2006

Kerala BJP president PK Krishnadas has said that there are two Governments ruling the State at present and this is particularly evident after controversies over the studio raid in Kochi.


 


 


Addressing media persons here on Saturday, Krishnadas said that the State is now governed by a Super Chief Minister. “Various mafias are on the rise in the State. At present, the rule is being carried out by two Chief Ministers,” he alleged.


 


He said the bickerings in the CPI(M) would not be beneficial to the State and that it would lead Kerala to a state of anarchy.


 


“The Super Chief Minister who is leading a section of the CPI(M) followers and is camping at the AKG Centre, is supporting various mafias in the State. If there is some problem inside the party, the concerned authorities should try to solve it there itself. On the other hand, the leaders are not trying to find a solution. It is this attitude of the Marxist leaders, which leads Kerala to a state of anarchy,” he said.


 


Krishnadas also alleged that the Government had ordered a vigilance probe instead of a CBI inquiry into the SNC Lavalin as well as the misappropriations in Kerala State Transport Project (KSTP) contract deals in order to protect the offenders.


 


“The confusion in the ruling alliance is evident with the Chief Minister saying that he has no clue on the vigilance probe in the SNC Lavalin case instead of the CBI probe. The argument of the BJP that there is a Super Chief Minister is proved right,” said Krishnadas.


 


On a question relating to the conflicts inside the BJP, the State BJP chief said that he is now trying to make the party more strong. “It was only after proper inquiry that we had reinstated those members who had been suspended earlier,” he said.


 

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