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RSS displeased over seat dispute in BJP

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Thiruvananthapuram: RSS is disappointed at seeing no end to dispute in BJP, while UDF and LDF stole the march in seat sharing.

The hindutva outfit understands that bickering continues at the cost of BJP’s chance of winning some constituencies.  

RSS earlier expressed willingness to helm campaign for BJP candidates. As part of this, RSS made a list of candidates through probability surveys in constituencies.

RSS leadership is miffed with BJP for scuttling its plans; the outfit has informed the central leadership of its displeasure.

Obviously RSS is dismayed by BJP leaders’ never-before-seen avarice for seats.  

RSS backs the idea of fielding winning candidate in Sabarimala constituency, Pathanathitta. Alongside, it is pitching for a winning seat for BJP general secretary K Surendran.

It is also disappointed at the sleight of hand moves to field PS Sreedharan Pillai.  One thing that disturbs RSS like no other is BJP’s inability to field candidate in a hopeful seat like Thiruvananthapuram.

 As a result, Kumanam Rajasekaran is unable to begin campaign. RSS resents BJP’s direction to candidates atop in the list to start campaigning well before the list was submitted to the centre leadership, and subsequent in-fights.

RSS is against fielding candidates on caste lines; the outfit believes that stronger candidate in constituency like Pathanamthitta can overcome caste divisions.

 

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

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