Idukki seat was a sacrifice: KM Mani

Kottayam, 24 March, Sreeparvathy K.: Kerala Congress (M) Chairman and Finance Minister KM Mani said that party’s decision to not to create conflict around Idukki seat was a sacrifice. The decision taken by the party was for the UDF, said Mani in meet the press at Kottayam Press Club.

Idukki seat was a sacrifice: KM Mani

KM Mani

“Kerala Congress had not bargained for another seat in the place of Idukki. The party had not crossed line in this matter and no one should take this as party’s weakness. Even the national leaders of the Congress had called us to inform their inability to give Idukki,” Mani added.

He also alleged that LDF is forced to nominate independent candidates due to the lack of efficient candidates in their CPI(M). He also accused that opposition leader VS Achuthanandan is changing from his stands and his words have lost its value.

“Kerala is a model in governance and people are coming learn this popular governance and it is a great change,” Mani added.

Kottayam,24 March

Sreeparvathy K.: Kerala Congress (M) Chairman and Finance Minister KM Mani said that party’s decision to not to create conflict around Idukki seat was a sacrifice. The decision taken by the party was for the UDF, said Mani in meet the press at Kottayam Press Club.

“Kerala Congress had not bargained for another seat in the place of Idukki. The party had not crossed line in this matter and no one should take this as party’s weakness. Even the national leaders of the Congress had called us to inform their inability to give Idukki,” Mani added.

He also alleged that LDF is forced to nominate independent candidates due to the lack of efficient candidates in their CPI(M). He also accused that opposition leader VS Achuthanandan is changing from his stands and his words have lost its value.

“Kerala is a model in governance and people are coming learn this popular governance and it is a great change,” Mani added.

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