State govt trying to protect Popular Front: K Surendran – K Surendran | Popular Front | Kerala Govt

Kozhikode – BJP state president K. Surendran said that the state government is preparing protection without taking action against the banned Popular Front. The Left government in the state is taking a cold approach when other states are taking strong action against the banned sedition outfit. Surendran pointed out that reports have surfaced that Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had said in a high-level meeting that no hasty action should be taken against the Popular Front.

“It is certain that this is the return of the vote and illegal alliance received in the last elections. The Chief Minister said that action should be taken according to law. According to the law of the country, the Popular Front was banned for posing a threat to national security. The government is not ready to raid or seize the offices of the Popular Front. This should be read in conjunction with the position of CPM National General Secretary Sitaram Yachuri and State Secretary MV Govindan that the Popular Front should not be banned’ – said Surendran.

“It was VS Achuthanandan who was the Chief Minister of the CPM who said that the Popular Front are religious terrorists. But today when Pinarayi reaches Vijayan, CPM has completely surrendered to religious terrorists. “The soft approach against the Popular Front is a clear example of the fact that the state administration is not acting according to the constitution of the country, but according to the decision of the CPM,” K. Surendran alleged.

English Summary: Kerala Government trying to protect Popular Front, says K Surendran

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