Unholy alliance between Congress & CPM : Sridharan Pillai

via HK published on November 11, 2005

BJP Kerala state President P.S. Sridharan Pillai charged the government with having an unholy alliance with the Left, Pillai alleged that the inmates at the Thrissur jail belonging to the CPM were re-shifted to Kannur central prison at the behest of the CPM, while a similar request of the BJP workers, jailed in the Thiruvananthapuram central prison, for moving them to Kannur central prison was rejected.


 
”The convention at Kannur and also in Thiruvananthapuram on Friday only shows that the Congress has failed to protect the rights of the citizens. It shows that the Congress-led government is a failure in curtailing the atrocities and they should have resigned taking moral responsibility instead of organising such conventions,” he said here.


Kerala Pradesh Congress President Ramesh Chennithala had talked about criminalisation of politics and terror politics in Kannur. The BJP had said this even before the Congress came forward to talk about the atrocities in Kannur, Pillai said. He also alleged that in Kannur there was no Indian Constitution but only CPM Constitution. There were parallel courts and parallel governments run by the Left in that district, he alleged.
 
Chief Minister Oommen Chandy had also not dared to arrest deputy opposition leader and CPM leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, who had allegedly said that the party would not mind manufacturing bombs even inside police stations. All this points out that there is an unholy alliance’ with the CPM.

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