Sudhakaran takes over as head of Kerala Pradesh congressional committee
As Congress leader K Sudhakaran took office on Wednesday as the new chairman of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC), several party leaders called for strengthening the party at the local level and lamented internal feuds within the party. within the party.
With hundreds of party employees and local leaders gathered at the Indira Bhavan in Thiruvananthapuram for the new president to take office, local police have registered a case for flouting Covid-19 standards.
While Sudhakaran reiterated in his speech that Congress could bounce back from success if all leaders stand united, Ramesh Chennithala, who has been removed from his post as opposition post chief, said all those claiming the support did not support him at the time of the crisis.
Referring to allegations that Sudhakaran was a pro-BJP, Chennithala said he would respond to them because he was upset because no party leader supported him when similar allegations were made against him.
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Sudhakaran alleged that Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan retained power in Kerala with support from the RSS only. It was because of fears of a strong congressional comeback that PMO executives made baseless allegations about the BJP-RSS links, he said.
Sudhakaran, who is an MP for Lok Sabha and a leader of the Kannur district, is likely to initiate a total upheaval in the organizational structure of Congress in Kerala, starting with the downsizing of the giant committees.
He replaced Mullappally Ramachandran as President of Kerala PCC.