People's victory, says Pinarayi Vijayan

Pinarayi Vijayan| Photo: Mathrubhumi Archives

Thiruvananthapuram: Reacting to the historic victory of the Left government in Kerala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan dedicated the victory to the people of the state and said it is people's victory.

"The LDF garnered a big win but it is not the right time for celebration due to the Covid situation. A detailed analysis of the election result will be done later," he added.

Pinarayi also reposed faith on the people of the state and said : “We trust the people and the people trust us and hence we were able to win more seats when compared to last year.”

Kerala witnessed a huge political battle and people are well aware that only the LDF will be able to do something for them which reflected in the results. The people have endorsed 5 years of the LDF rule in the state, he added.

The people of Kerala have seen how the government stood by them during disasters and calamities. They witnessed the efficiency of the LDF government in handling crises. LDF has to continue in power for completing the developmental projects, So, the people wished LDF should come to power, the CM said.

All wanted a political front that does not compromise with communal forces should be voted to power to protect secularism. The religious extremists wanted to create a divide in Kerala. But the government did not let it happen and the public supported us for that, he stated.

The BJP was trying to create a feeling that they were going to win a lot of seats in the state. But we already said that we will close their account here and we did it. Kerala is not a place where the strategy in some other states work. The election result has proved it, the CM stated.

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