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K. M Shajahan joins Kejriwal's AAP

K. M Shajahan joins Kejriwals AAP

Thiruvananthapuram: K. M Shajahan, a former aide of Opposition leader V.S Achuthanandan, has joined in Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday.

Reports say that some splinter political groups and individuals in Kerala have hinted at the possibility of joining the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which has set up a unit in Kerala following its success in Delhi assembly polls.

Meanwhile, Adivasi Gothra Mahasabha president C.K. Janu and tribal rights activist M. Geethanandan have hinted at forming an alliance with the AAP.

“We have to take a decision on whether to join or co-operation with the AAP. We will discuss the matter at a meeting scheduled to be held in Kottayam on Tuesday,” they told reporters.

Noted Malayalam writer and activist Sara Joseph last week made a public announcement on joining AAP, which she saw as a clean political movement with a firm commitment to fight corruption.

The Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP), comprising mostly former CPI-M activists, is in touch with AAP's national leadership to explore the possibility of striking an alliance with the party in the coming Lok Sabha polls.

PTA Rahim, LDF-independent MLA from Kunnamangalam in Kozhikode, Saturday had said it was true that he had exchanged views with some local AAP functionaries but this would not mean that he was going to join that party. After local news channels broke reports on this, Rahim had denied that he would be quitting the LDF.

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