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K. Sudhakaran continues his verbal attack against Pinarayi Vijayan

- June 20, 2021

Thiruvananthapuram, June 20(IANS)

Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) President and Member of Parliament, K . Sudhakaran has come out against the Chief Minister, Pinarayi Vijayan. The slugfest between the two commenced after the KPCC president in an interview with a popular Malayalam weekly said that he had kicked Pinarayi Vijayan during their college days and that Pinarayi was a timid person those days.

Replying to Suhakaran, the Chief Minister in a press conference on Friday said that the KPCC president was daydreaming on his exploits and that several people those days had that dream of physically intimidating him but could not reach him during those days.

Continuing with the verbal tirade, Sudhakaran said that the attack against Chief Minister is personal and that the CM is a mafia king. In a Facebook post on Sunday, Sudhakaran said that he would continue his attack against the Chief minister until Pinarayi engages him in a political debate.

Sudhakaran in his Facebook post said that Pinarayi is a political criminal and that he has to be dealt with in this manner only. He said that Pinarayi Vijayan was indulging in rotten personality worship and is acting like a dictator. Sudhakaran also said that the Chief Minister is a dictator and has crushed the political life of CPM leaders like former Chief minister V.S.Achuthanandan, M.A.Baby and K.K. Shailaja teacher.

The KPCC president also said that former Kerala high court judge late K. Sukumaran had opined that Pinarayi had mafia connections during a hearing of a case in which gun pellets were seized in a handbag carried by Pinarayi at Thiruvananthapuram airport. Sudhakaran also said that Pinarayi did not pursue against the Judges comment and had even withdrawn the legal notice served to the judge.

Sudhakaran also said that Pinarayi Vijayan has to be stopped or the state would slip into anarchy and that the state has been witnessing this anarchy for the past five years. The senior Congress leader said, “He has to be attacked politically and exposed otherwise this culture of dictatorship will continue. Let him come for a political debate, otherwise, I will continue with this verbal attack.”