CM questions Congress for not condemning attack on AKG centre

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan raised a sharp criticism against Congress while addressing the assembly here on Monday. He was reacting to an adjournment motion moved by the opposition on the AKG centre attack. The CM slammed the opposition for being negligent to condemn the attack on the AKG centre.

“ KPCC president K Sudhakaran had alleged that the attack on AKG centre was conspired by LDF convener EP Jayrajan. He made this statement the next morning after the incident. Whoever is the criminal, the KPCC chief should have condemned the act. Why did he take such a stance?,” asked the CM.

Meanwhile, Opposition leader VD Satheesan reacted to the CM’s remark on Congress’ negligence to condemn the incident.

“ When I addressed the media the next day of the incident, I had said that I strongly condemn the incident. Being the opposition leader and UDF chairman, my words represent UDF,” said Satheesan.

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