Kottayam (kerala), Jan 17 : Taking a serious note about the ongoing violence against the BJP workers in Kerala BJP Lok Sabha MP Nalin Kumar Kateel said that the Centre would intervene if BJP workers continued to be physically targeted in left-ruled Kerala. He also added that the communist party have to face the implications of such coward attacks by CPI-M goons.
He was speaking at the meeting of the BJP Kerala state committee. The discussion was held on the political violence allegedly unleashed by CPI (M) cadres against BJP workers in the state.
Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu would participate in the first state council meeting to be held after Rajasekharan took charge as the party’s Kerala unit president. As many as 1373 representatives would take part in the meeting.
Kateel, who hails from the state of Karnataka alleged that the CPI(M)-ruled states are deliberately attempting such political killings while other states in the country focused on development and economic growth.
Expressing his views about recent political scenario Party state president Kummanam Rajasekharan said BJP has emerged as a major force in the state and that was the reason why the party is “continuously targeted by both Congress-led UDF and LDF spearheaded by CPI-M.”
Slamming Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for providing shelters to attackers Rajasekharan said,“It is a feudal government which is ruling the state.” He criticised Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for using the platform of state youth festival being held in Kannur for reportedly politically attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
On this occasion former state presidents O Rajagopal, K V Sreedharan Master, C K Padmanabhan, P S Sreedharan Pillai, P K Krishnadas and V Muraleedharan were present at the meeting.