Pratichaya article: KC(M) hits out at Congress
By Express News Service | Published: 13th June 2013 08:58 AM |
The Kerala Congress (M) has once again hits at the Congress leadership for creating unwarranted controversies over KPCC president Ramesh Chennithala’s entry into the state cabinet.
An article published in the latest edition of the party mouthpiece, Pratichaya, took a serious view of the growing trend among the Congress leaders engaging in public criticism over ‘Ramesh’ issue. The article also points out its fingers at the culpable silence of the KPCC president against his interview published in the ‘Express’.
The article alleges that the controversies have tarnished the image of the UDF. United front has become a disunited front. The infighting in the party makes the situation worse,” it said.
The article has criticised Ramesh Chennithala and ‘I’ group leaders in particular too.
“Even though the article titled ‘The Chief Minister can go his way and I will go my way’ created controversies in the state politics, Ramesh has not come forth to denounce the news. Moreover, Ramesh retracted from the talks wirg CMP leader M v Raghavan. The talk did not take place because of his retraction. Apart from that, the leaders of ‘I’ faction has unleashed blatant attack against Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, openly stating that CM had deceived the KPCC president,” the article said.
The article further states that the solution for the crisis has become a tough task because of the adamant stances of Oommen Chandy and Ramesh Chennithala. No one can denounce if somebody points out the fingers at the Congress for entire issues prevailing over here. The failure on the part of the Congress to discipline its workers was mainly responsible for the simmering unrest within the coalition. The article also warns all the coalition members to be aware that the general election is on round the corner. Besides tarnishing the image of the coalition, such acts had resulted in a scenario in which the UDF lacked a definite stance on various issues concerning governance, it said.