Kummanam-Kadakampally war of words continues on Facebook


The BJP leader also asked the minister to clarify whether he was supporting the Chief Minister's stand or the party's stand regarding the Sabarimala issue.

Thiruvananthapuram: The war of words between minister Kadakampally Surendran and BJP leader Kummanam Rajasekharan continues on Facebook.

In the latest development, Kummanam Rajasekharan responded to the allegation made by the CPM leader on the context in which he had to resign his Central government job. Kummanam called it unfortunate that Kadakampally Surendran has again turned against him despite the minster declaring through media that there will not be any more of it.

“Kadakampally Surendran is no longer the parallel college teacher that he once was. He is a minister now,” Kummanam said. The BJP leader also urged the minister to reveal to the public the details regarding his resignation from Central government job, something which the minister claimed the BJP leader to have.

“Is my service to the public by being an RSS pracharak after my resignation a communal activity? If you describe Nilakkal agitation as communal, it only speaks of your lack of knowledge on the subject. The name Kummanam Rajasekharan is not mentioned as an accused or a suspect in any of the documents pertaining to Marad case. You should ask your CPI colleagues in the ministry who are responsible for the Thalasseri riot.” Kummanam Rajasekharan wrote on his Facebook page.

The BJP leader also asked the minister to clarify whether he was supporting the Chief Minister's stand or the party's stand regarding the Sabarimala issue. Kummanam Rajasekharan further added that the party overlooked him in the by-election only because he was not interested in contesting. Kummanam asked Kadakampally not to be concerned about it as both the BJP supporters and the public were well aware about it.

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