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In Presenting Nehru As Communal Person, Sudhakaran Displays His RSS Loyalty : MV Govindan

Web Desk(Tvm)Updated: Tuesday Mar 14, 2023

Pathanamthitta : As CPI(M) Janakeeya Prathirodha Jatha(People’s Resistance Rally) advances with massive support of the masses, conflict inside of Congress is peaking, said CPI(M) State Secretary MV Govindan.

 What Congress is doing is, raising Brahmapuram issue in an attempt to hide internal strife.  Congress - UDF leaders are worried they cannot defeat LDF in elections.  Congressmen widely are of the view that contesting elections under Sudhakaran’s leadership will  head nowhere. K Muraleedharan’s announcement that he will neither fight Assembly nor Lok Sabha elections point to fear of failure.

No research is needed to know how the whole scenario will change  if Congress hits split.  Sudhakaran is leader who openly proclaimed he will join BJP if he makes up his mind, no matter what the opposition. To display his  loyalty to RSS Sudhakaran went to the extent of installing India’s first Prime Minister Nehru at RSS camp.

The economic policies of the Congress and BJP ae same. BJP upholds extreme Hindutva while Congress pedals a milder version. The last Congress Chief Minister of united Andhra Pradesh is now a BJP man, said MV Govindan.

Former Congress Chief Ministers who joined BJP

Nditiwari (former Chief Minister of UP and Uttarakhand)
SM Krishna (Karnataka)
Jagadambika Milk (UP)
Giridhar Gomang (Odisha)
Amarinder Singh (Punjab)
Vijay Bahuguna (Uttarakhand)
Digambar Kamath (Goa).

Some former Congress leaders who are currently Current BJP Chief ministers
Manik Saha (Tripura)
Himanta Biswasharma (Assam)
N Biren Singh (Manipur)
Pema Kandu (Arunachal Pradesh)
Neiphiu Rio (Nagaland

Former Congress leaders who are members of the Union Cabinet
Jyotiraditya Sindha,
Narayan Rane
Rao Indrajit Singh