Tuesday, October 6, 2015

CPI (M) and BJP isolated from public, says Chandy

KOCHI: The Marxist party in the state has been isolated from the public, said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. Talking at the UDF’s election commission in the district, he said their blind enmity towards the UDF brought them to this level.

The CPM is turning their face against programmes beneficial to the public. If they had opposed projects harming the public, then it could have been understood. The CPM is opposing all developmental projects due to the blind enmity towards the Congress and the UDF. They should think why the party have not been able to achieve a win after the 2006 polls.

The BJP is also distancing from the public at the center.Their words and activities are entirely different.The government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not been able to fulfill the expectations of the public. The party is now trying to propagate factionalism in Kerala but that attempt will be rejected by the state.  The state will never encourage factionalism, he said.

Chandy asked his supporters to function unitedly in the local body polls. The problems in the UDF can be solved amicably. The UDF is facing the polls with the confidence obtained in Aruvikkara bypolls. There is no doubt on the win in the polls, he said. The UDF will come to power in the coming assembly polls, he said.

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