CPI warns of quitting if LDF admits KM Mani

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Feb 15, 2018, 2:02 am IST
Updated Feb 15, 2018, 2:02 am IST
He recalled the words of former chief minister E.K. Nayanar who once said that Mr Mani was not trustworthy.
K.M. Mani
 K.M. Mani

Kottayam: CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran has asserted that the CPI will not be  part of the LDF if  the Kerala Congress (M) is inducted into it.  

Addressing the CPI district delegates’ meeting at Karukachal on Wednesday,  he threw the ball into the CPM’s court and asked it to decide  about the future of the Left front. “None should think that the LDF will be strengthened if the CPI is weakened,” he said.

 

“The LDF stands against corruption and it should not  induct corruption into it,” he added.

Referring to the talk that Kerala Congress (M) chairman K.M. Mani may join the  LDF for strengthening secularism,  he said that the LDF doesn't need anyone else’s  mediation for reinforcing secularism.

He recalled the  words of former chief minister E.K. Nayanar who once said that Mr Mani was not trustworthy.  

He had said in the Assembly in 1987 that Mr had ditched the LDF  and joined the UDF in 1980 after promising to remain with the Left front.  

Location: India, Kerala, kottayam




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