Thiruvananthapuram, June 25 (BPNS)
BJP Kerala unit state president, K. Surendran charged that the present case against Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president, K. Sudhakaran will not reach anywhere. He said that the CPI-M led government of Kerala, under Pinarayi Vijayan was entering into a compromise with the opposition leaders.
Speaking to reporters here on Sunday, the BJP leader said that there were criminal cases against Opposition leader, VD Satheeshan, Congress leader Ramesh Chennithala, Muslim League leaders and former ministers, PK Kunhalikutty and VK Ibrahimkunju but the Chief Minister had compromised with the Congress and Muslim League leaders.
He charged that the state police had registered a case against KPCC president K. Sudhakaran based on the deposition of his driver and that it was not framed by Pinarayi Vijayan. The BJP leader however said that the case would not progress further as the CPI-M and the Chief Minister were entering into a political compromise with the Congress and the UDF.
He said that police have all the digital evidence of Sudhakaran having taken money but the left front and the opposition UDF are compromising with each other and hence the police would not proceed with the case. He said that Pinarayi Vijayan was only using blackmailing techniques against Congress leaders and entering into compromises.
He also said that the CPI-M-led left government of Kerala has been hounding the BJP leaders and the police had tried to frame him in many issues but did not have any proof.
The BJP leader also said that the arrival of party national president, JP Nadda in Thiruvananthapuram on Monday will bring in a big boost to the morale of the party cadres and leaders.
Surendran said that JP Nadda will inaugurate the ninth-year celebrations of the Narendra Modi government here on Monday and added that the BJP president will also meet community leaders and have discussions with them.
It may be noted that the Kerala BJP is reeling under several issues and the party has lost even the single seat it had in the Kerala assembly during the 2021 assembly polls. The party is expecting a few seats in the next assembly elections, but the possibility is bleak.