‘CPM better party for artists’: Director Rajasenan to quit BJP; meets MV Govindan

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Thiruvananthapuram: Film director Rajasenan is all set to quit the BJP and join the CPM. He met with CPM state secretary MV Govindan on Saturday and is likely to announce his entry into the party soon.

Rajasenan, who is a BJP state committee member, was the party's candidate in the Aruvikkara constituency in 2016. He is quitting the party alleging that BJP’s state leadership did not give him enough consideration as an artist or a party worker.

“CPM is the better party for artists. There are a lot of faults in the BJP's state unit. I decided to quit the party in the wake of their repeated neglect and will resign from the state committee today,” the director said.

In a film career spanning almost four decades, Rajasenan has directed more than 35 Malayalam movies. He is popularly known for his association with actor Jayaram and the duo has worked together in 16 movies.

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