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BJP, CPI-M trying for communal polarisation: V.M Sudheeran

BJP, CPI-M trying for communal polarisation: V.M Sudheeran

Thiruvananthapuram: KPCC president V.M Sudheeran Sunday Sunday said the BJP and the CPI-M were trying for communal polarisation in the state.

The Congress leader also took a dig at Modi for his alleged failure in keeping the promises he had made to the people of Kerala during his earlier visits to the state.

"The price of rubber is at rock bottom. He (Modi) had assured that price of agricultural produce would be taken care of but nothing has happened, and also his promise on enacting new laws to amend the present Coastal Regulation Zone has also not taken place, leaving thousands of fishermen unable to renovate their homes," said Sudheeran.

Sudheeran also alleged the BJP national executive meet was being held when the national security of the country has been affected by the attack in Uri that left 18 soldiers dead.

Sudheeran told reporters that the BJP should have postponed the event.

"Instead of speaking at the grandiose event of their party going on in Kozhikode, Prime Minister Narendra Modi should have called (a special session of) parliament. He should have addressed these issues in parliament and not at a party meeting," he said.

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