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Organisations protest against attack on the CM

Various organisations have marked their protest against the attack on Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. The Ernakulam constituency committee of Congress took out a protest march in the city on Monday.

Published: 29th October 2013 12:36 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th October 2013 12:36 PM   |  A+A-

Various organisations have marked their protest against the attack on Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. The Ernakulam constituency committee of Congress took out a protest march in the city on Monday. Ludi Louise MLA presided over the meeting which was inaugurated by DCC president V J Paulose.

Hibi Eden MLA, KPCC general secretary Valsala Prasannakumar, Mahila Congress district president Asha Sanal and DCC secretary M R Abhilash spoke.

Socialist Janatha (Democratic), a constituent of  UDF, demanded the state government to register murder charges against the criminals who attacked the Chief Minister. Party state  vice-president V J Pappu inaugurated the meeting  and K J Sohan delivered the key note address. According to the Kerala Pradesh School Teachers Union, the LDF was jealous of Chief Minister Oommen Chandy’s popularity and was trying to eliminate him.  INTUC state secretary VP George inaugurated the protest march of the Kerala Pradesh School Teachers Union led by State secretary Lali Jofin.

All Kerala Catholic Congress also condemned the attack on Oommen Chandy.  “These kind of  attacks and the bomb blasts in Patna cannot be tolerated in the name of any politics,” said Sebastian Vadaseri, president of the Ernakulam diocese chapter in a statement .Transport Democratic Federation (TDF)in KSRTC staged a protest march against the attack. Kerala Pradesh Pravasi Returnees Congresscondemned the attack on the Chief Minister who is relentlessly  engaged in welfare activities.  KPPRC president Issac Thomas urged Non-resident Keralites across world to register their protest via social media. 

Meanwhile, in Aluva, the Youth Congress constituency committee in Aluva took out a protest march on Monday. The march which started from the Congress office near Aluva Palace ended at the Railway station square.

Anwar Sadat MLA led the march in which hundreds of Youth Congress workers.



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