Javadekar slams Kerala’s Left govt for soft-pedalling on PFI

Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 24 (IANS) Previous Association serve and accountable for BJP’s Kerala unit, Prakash Javadekar on Saturday pummeled the Left government in the state, faulting it for the viciousness that occurred on Friday during the PFI-called far reaching closure.

“It was a dark day for the state, many vehicles were harmed and individuals were kept prisoner. The Left government here needs to reply.

Captures occurred in a few states however it was exclusively in Kerala this occurred. The state government has neglected to give security to individuals here,” Javadekar said while addressing the media here.

This is Javadekar’s most memorable visit to the state subsequent to being designated the Kerala accountable for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

He said that both the CPI-M and PFI are hand in glove, and help each other.

“At different neighborhood bodies here these two gatherings cooperate. The assertion made by CPI-M Lok Sabha part A.M. Ariff (Alappuzha) is one which helps the PFI. The CPI-M is additionally yet to denounce the assaults,” he said.

“Indeed, even Rahul Gandhi has not named PFI… furthermore, we don’t have any idea why he is reluctant to do as such. K. Sudhakaran (state Congress president) has got votes from the PFI,” added Javadekar.

The senior BJP pioneer has shown up a day prior to party public president J.P. Nadda’s planned visit to the state for two days.