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Two more leaders quit KC-M

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Kottayam: Two more leaders of the Kerala Congress (M) Saturday quit the party in line with a group of rebels led by former MP Francis George, who had left the party accusing its chief K M Mani of functioning unilaterally.

Announcing his decision to quit the party, Vakkachan Mattathil told reporters that he would join the rebel group led by Francis George. Jose Kochupura, state secretariat member, also left the party along with him.

On Thursday, a group of rebels led by former MP Francis George had walked out of the party accusing its chief K M Mani of functioning unilaterally.

Antony Raju, a former MLA and a member of the party's high-power committee and Dr K C Joseph had left the party along with Francis George.

"Dynastic rule is prevailing in the KC-M with Mani trying to make his son Jose K Mani, MP, as the leader of the party," Antony Raju had said adding, "it is difficult for any Kerala Congress worker with self-respect to continue in the party."

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