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'Sharing power is not Muslim League's ultimate aim'

Sharing power is not Muslim Leagues ultimate aim

Kochi: Industries Minister and Muslim League leader P.K. Kunjalikkutty on Friday said that his party would not hesitate to leave the UDF government if the style of the governance is not changed.

Kunjalikkutty expressed his party’s deep displeasure at the way things were going on in the Congress and the UDF. The Muslim League, the second largest party in the Congress-led UDF, has been cross with the Congress following “insulting remarks” against the party by certain senior Congress leaders, including KPCC president Chennithala.

Kunjalikkutty indicated, in a TV interview, that the League would even think of parting ways with the Congress. “Sharing power is not our ultimate aim,” he remarked.

“Oommen Chandy has our complete support. But that doesn’t mean we will support only him. It’s up to the Congress to decide who to lead the Front. The League will support that decision,” said the minister.

“The high command should intervene in the matter,” he asserted adding “are the issues not sorted out that will cause a debacle.

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