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       I’ve not asked to resort to violence like CPM: K Sudhakaran clarifies
         Posted on :19:54:25 Mar 8, 2018
       Last edited on:19:54:25 Mar 8, 2018
         Tags: K Sudhakaran, CPM, Violence, BJP

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC political affairs committee member K Sudhakaran has come to the fore with more clarity on his statement that the Congress must forgo its old Gandhian way of protest and instead adopt the CPM’s style.

He clarified that he has not asked anyone to take to violence like the CPM but only said that the party must give protection to the young people who join the party.

Sudhakaran lashed out against the Congress leadership during the broad executive meeting that was held at the Indira Bhavan on Wednesday. Sudhakaran was irked by him having to stop the hunger strike seeking a CBI probe in Shuhaib’s murder, without any previous notice.

He said that he should have continued the strike until the High Court accepted the petition regarding this in file but Oommen Chandy arrived and ended the strike.

“Though Gandhiyan way of peaceful protest is good, the Congress in Kerala would face the fate of the CPM in Tripura soon if it continues with it. The pathetic show of the Congress in Tripura was because the youth left the Congress cadres and joined the BJP. The situation is no different in Kannur,” he had said.

Sudhakaran had also said that there is already a criticism that the Congress is a party that cannot protect its members.

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