K Sudhakaran | Photo: ANI
Kozhikode: KPCC chief K Sudhakaran has declared that UDF will welcome any ally who is disappointed to be in LDF and want to quit the front. Addressing the Chintan Shivir here on Sunday, Sudhakaran pointed out that many allies compromised with an agenda over power sharing.
Taking a dig at the LDF government, he added that the continuance of the LDF government has destroyed Kerala.
“Congress and UDF will take an effort to resolve the issues faced by the state and the people under LDF reign. We are ready to take the responsibility by expanding and strengthening UDF,” said Sudhakaran.
“ Pinarayi Vijayan is the only Chief Minister in India who is mired in so many allegations. If BJP led central government is not supporting him, he will be forced to quit the CM post. He conspired the attacks on Rahul Gandhi’s office in Wayanad and AKG centre in Thiruvananthapuram to divert the attention from the allegations and impress his masters in the centre,” alleged Sudhakaran.
Meanwhile, he pointed out that the reorganisation of the party from KPCC to the booth committee will be completed within the deadline given by the AICC. The number of the office bearers will be revised. KPCC Political affairs committee model committees will be formed in each district and constituency. Training will be made mandatory for all activists.
Special internal complaint cells will be formed to handle complaints of women.
The two-day 'Navsankalp Chintan Shivir' organised by the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) concluded here on Sunday with the party taking a number of decisions on combating the alleged "Hindutva" and "divisive" politics of the BJP government at the Centre and the policies of the LDF dispensation in the southern state.
The event, similar to the recent national-level session held at Udaipur in Rajasthan, was organised to prepare the party for the Lok Sabha polls in 2024.
Speaking at the concluding session of the two-day event, KPCC chief K Sudhakaran began his speech referring to the alleged divisive politics of the BJP government at the Centre and claimed that they were following the same tactics as that of the British when they occupied the country.
He also said that the Sangh Parivar's "Hindutva nation" agenda was against the democratic principles of the country.
The KPCC chief also slammed the Centre for allegedly using the Enforcement Directorate (ED) as a tool of political vendetta by "hunting" Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi.
Sudhakaran did not spare the ruling LDF dispensation in the state also, by terming its policies to be similar to that of Sangh Parivar by being opposed to anyone questioning or criticising them.
(with inputs from PTI)