Congress leader Tariq Anwar to reach Kerala to resolve Tharoor controversy 

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New Delhi: Congress high command informed that the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee will resolve the skirmishes in the party in the wake of Shashi Tharoor’s active involvement in Kerala politics.

The party’s national general secretary Tariq Anwar, who is in charge of Kerala, asserted that the minor issues arising in the state will be settled soon. Tariq will arrive in Kozhikode on Friday to lead discussions pertaining to the matter. Tariq opined that Tharoor’s activities cannot be considered as anti-Congress pursuits and said he has become MP representing the party for three terms.

Tariq will meet Opposition leader VD Satheesan, KPCC president K Sudhakaran and also other supporters of Tharoor, including MK Raghavan MP. The high command of the party has currently no objection to Tharoor’s participation in several campaigns and events in Kerala. However, it is concerned about the probability of forming new factions within the party in the state, which is seemingly devoid of groups.

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