Attingal : The huge participation witnessed in CPI(M)’s People’s Resistance Rally and the Pinarayi government’s good work has left Congress and UDF panicky. Their insane behaviour of late clarifies this, said CPI(M) State Secretary MV Govindan, adding that, the realisation that UDF will sit in the Opposition post Assembly polls next too is running them mad.
After picketing Assembly Speaker, the Opposition now is hindering government services and calling to attack police. With strong dissent arising over Congress leadership inside UDF, the Opposition is creating riotous scenario to impress that it is moving fiercely against the government. These ruckuses are Congress’s testimony of sorts that it cannot face CPI(M) or LDF. The public will see through these ridiculous moves and ignore it in toto.
The KPCC President acts like he’s lost sanity. Personal attacks that he launched against Pinarayi Vijayan is proof of this. Lashing anything and everything against a Chief Minister that Kerala highly respects, is because of the lowly political culture one possesses. UDF should clarify if it okay with verbal usages Sudhakaran made against the Chief Minister.
The disclosure from Union Ministry of Rural Development, that number of employment days in Kerala has increased despite massive cut in Central allocation for Employment Guarantee Scheme, is a pointer of Kerala’s people-oriented counter policy. Even when allocation was slashed by Rs 822 crores the govt not only ensured that Employment Days do not lessen, but added more days to it.
Kerala accomplished this feat even as rest of the country cut employment days under this scheme. Amit Shah should come to realise at least now that Kerala uses Central allocations competently. Recently in Thrissur, Amit Shah presented figures like Kerala was being lavished with funds. With view to Kerala’s outstanding accomplishment the Centre should become willing to remit State its arrears and lend transparency to proceedings.
Kerala increased employment days amidst financial stress, even as BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and, Congress ruled Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh reduced number of employment days, said MV Govindan.