ALAPPUZHA: Opposition chief Ramesh Chennithala on Wednesday accused the CPM of unleashing violence within the state fearing a defeat within the meeting elections. “The homicide of Muslim League activists in Kannur is the end result of this concern and is just like the homicide of T P Chandrasekharan,” he informed reporters in Haripad. “CPM has been engaged in violence throughout the state since Tuesday night.
Many UDF activists additionally suffered accidents in such assaults. The federal government ought to take steps to make sure peace in Kerala, as, technically, they nonetheless rule the state,” he stated. He alleged that CPM used its forces to seize cubicles in lots of locations within the Malabar area.
“Sales space capturing occurred throughout the Malabar area. The Election Fee (EC) ought to conduct a re-poll in such cubicles,” he stated. He stated CPM chief M V Govindan, who contested from Taliparamba in Kannur, impressed social gathering employees to forged pretend votes.
Expressing gratitude to the EC and the Excessive Courtroom for his or her steps and intervention, respectively, to stop large-scale casting of faux votes and conduct a free and honest election, He stated EC ought to take steps to take away all unlawful voters from the voters’ record. He alleged that CPM leaders had been attempting to threaten the Nair Service Society for brazenly declaring their stance.