CPI (M) Politburo member Brinda Karat on Tuesday said there was a clear evidence of an alliance between Congress, Indian Union Muslim League and Bharatiya Janata Party (Co-Li-B) for the May 16 assembly poll in the state.
Talking at a meet-the-press programme organized by the Calicut Press Club ahead of the poll, she said Kerala Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Oommen Chandy had a secret understanding with the Sangh Parivar on the issue.
Describing tribal leader C K Janu foraying in to NDA camp and fighting from Sulthan Bathery seat as unfortunate she said they are against the interests of tribal community in the country.
Calling the development as political opportunism, she said tribal community was against policies of the NDA and fighting them across the country. Under Modi regime, tribal people are being targeted, she said adding the CPI (M) was in the forefront to build a united movement for these sections of the people across the country.
On Revolutionary Marxist Party leader K K Rema, wife of slain party leader T P Chandrasekharan, contesting from Vatakara seat, s e said she was not against any individual contesting in the election.
Any body can contest if rules laid down by the Election Commission permits, she added.
Communist Party of India (Marxist) Politburo member Brinda Karat on Tuesday flayed Congress-led United Democratic Front government for its ”failure” to nab culprits in the brutal rape and murder of a 27-year law graduate at Perumbavoor in Kerala last month.
Talking to media men here, Ms Brinda, who was here to campaign for her party-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) candidates in the May 16 assembly poll in the state, the administration was attempting to sabotage the case as no one was booked in the case even after 13 days.The CPI (M) leader said the way in which her body had been cremated hinting that the authorities wanted to hush up the matter.The mother of the victim had made many complaints on threats from various quarters, but the police had not given protection to the family, she added.