Minister Kadakampally Surendran apologises for his `Kummanadi' usage
Thiruvananthapuram: Minister Kadakampally Surendran has now apologised for his usage of ‘’Kummanadi’’ against Kummanam Rajasekharan. He said that he regrets his sarcastic remark if it had hurt his sentiments. The Minister further said that he has no intention to reply to further allegations levelled by Kummanam Rajasekharan. Kadakampally questioned the presence of K Muralidharan and Kummanam during the recent floods in the state.
''If my personal remarks have hurt him, I sincerely apologise. No one saw them during the last flood. Neither the BJP nor the UDF candidate in Vattiyoorkavu were seen anywhere. People only saw VK Prashant with them during the times of flood,'' the Minister remarked. He also said that the BJP should focus more on their strategy to gain votes rather than raising baseless allegations against the party.