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Kerala law student writes letter to TN Chief Minister against sharing dais with Pinarayi

- April 10, 2022

Thiruvananthapuram, April 10 (BPNS)

A final year law student of Government Law College, Thiruvananthapuram has written a letter to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M.K. Stalin against him sharing a dais with Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan during a seminar on ‘Centre, state relations’ as part of the 23rd party Congress of the CPM.

The law student, Ajmal Karunagapally in a letter said that the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister would have attended the seminar out of the belief that Pinarayi Vijayan was strongly opposed to the Sangh Parivar but in reality, he was not.

Ajmal pointed out that on several occasions after coming to power, the actions of the Kerala   Chief Minister were more or less supportive of Sangh Parivar.

He said that the Kerala government had charged those who agitated peacefully against CAA-NRC with non-bailable offenses and has also declared the RSS organization, Seva Bharathi as a relief agency.

The final year law student said that the left government of Kerala had included in the post-graduate syllabus of Kannur university teachings of RSS ideologues Golwalkar, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, and Savarkar. The law student also said that during Pinarayi Vijayan’s rule seven people including two women were killed in police firing under the pretext of encounters.

Ajmal also said that two students, Alan and Thaha were charged under UAPA for processing a pro-Maoist pamphlet and were jailed.

He also pointed out that RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat had got an opportunity to hoist the national flag at a school in Kerala during the regime of Pinarayi Vijayan.

The law student also came out heavily against the K-rail project and said that the state government was trying to take over the land of many poor people for the project which has no chance of success and will push Kerala into debt trap.

Ajmal said that the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister attending the programme along with the Kerala Chief Minister has caused major concern among the believers of secularism in Kerala. He said that this has been construed by the people of Kerala as an endorsement of the heinous political position taken by Pinarayi Vijayan.