Kottayam: The Nair Service Society (NSS) was not in a mood on Wednesday to backtrack from its stance towards CPM, although the party offered a truce.
NSS leadership didn’t quickly respond to CPM State Secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan’s statement for a discussion with NSS.
Obviously, the caste outfit wouldn’t change its stern mien towards CPM, if cues from NSS circles were any indication.
NSS would as soon continue its lenient stand towards both Congress and Sangh Parivar outfits including BJP.
The outfit’s leadership views Kodiyeri’s statement as an attempt to distract public attention from other plaguing issues CPM now faces.
G. Sukumaran Nair already made it clear that there exists no significance for any discussion now.
NSS looks askance at CPM’s sudden change of attitude following the party’s stern stand in the Sabarimala issue.
Earlier, Sukumaran Nair said the outfit would prove its strength answering those who belittled the NSS. CPM sternly responded to the statement.