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CPI-M, BJP hand in glove to oust us: Congress

The Congress in Kerala on Tuesday slammed the BJP and the ruling CPI-M, and said they were having an unholy alliance in which the main actors were none other than Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

Kerala State Congress Chief Mullapally Ramachandran
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Kerala State Congress Chief Mullapally Ramachandran

New Delhi: The Congress in Kerala on Tuesday slammed the BJP and the ruling CPI-M, and said they were having an unholy alliance in which the main actors were none other than Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

Speaking to the media in Delhi, Kerala State Congress Chief Mullapally Ramachandran said, "For this, they will resort to all sorts of overt and covert ways to reach their end objective of weakening the Congress party. You all should remember that not long ago, even before the Kannur airport was officially opened, Vijayan allowed the aircraft of Shah, who was then the BJP president to land. None should forget, the first electoral victory of Vijayan from Kannur was with the help of the then Jana Sangh," said Ramachandran.

Shah was in the State capital on Sunday to attend a public rally of the Kerala State BJP and had asked a few questions for Vijayan to answer with regards to the gold smuggling and the reverse dollar hawala cases, that various central agencies are probing. On Monday, instead of answering the questions, Vijayan posed his round of questions to Shah.

Leader of opposition in the Kerala State Assembly Ramesh Chennithala said, "Just look into the speed at which these two cases were being probed and when it reached a crucial juncture, things came to a grinding halt. This in itself proves that these two parties are hand in glove, as all know, if the probe goes in the proper way, it could become a problem for both," said Chennithala.

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