DYFI won't survive long in Kerala, says K Surendran

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K Surendran | Photo: G Shivaprasad

Kochi: BJP state president K Surendran said the public had lost faith in the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI). His remark came after DYFI organised ‘Young India- Ask the PM’ event and raised 100 questions to Prime Minister over various issues faced by the youth.

While speaking to Mathrubhumi News on Monday, Surendran compared the DYFI to a Lion-tailed macaque. He said that communist organisations are fast disappearing around the world, and the same fate could befall DYFI. He added that DYFI would not survive long in Kerala.

Meanwhile, Modi, who arrives in the state on Monday around noon, will hold close door meeting with senior church leaders. Surendran added that Christian communities view Narendra Modi as a great Prime Minister. He also stated that Modi would not deny permission to hold talks if Muslim clerics wished.

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