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'Titanium Deal Akin to Lavalin case'

Published: 02nd September 2014 06:15 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd September 2014 06:15 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Titanium deal is another SNC Lavalin deal in the state, accused BJP national executive member P K Krishnadas.

Speaking at the party’s state delegates’ meet here on Monday, Krishnadas said both the Congress and the CPM are worried that with his visit to the state, BJP national president Amit Shah would pave the way for a massive victory for the BJP in the state.  “Both Congress and CPM are worried as they know how the BJP performed under Amit Shah in Uttar Pradesh. They are worried that such performance would be repeated here also. That’s why they have come with allegations that his visit would affect the law and order situation here,” Krishnadas added.

He accused both the LDF and the UDF of playing votebank politics in Kerala.

Earlier, speaking on the occasion, senior leader O Rajagopal also criticised the Congress and the CPM for working together to defeat the BJP in the Lok Sabha polls. He alleged that it was a secret understanding between the two parties that led to the BJP losing the polls by a thin margin.

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