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Groups without announcing dissatisfaction with KPCC list of office bearers: Move backlash through organizational elections

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Thiruvananthapuram, First Published Oct 22, 2021, 1:36 PM IST

Thiruvananthapuram: K Muraleedharan has announced his opposition to the KPCC list of office bearers. At the same time, the A-I groups say they are dissatisfied but do not want an ad response. The KPCC is shocked by Muraleedharan’s criticism of the leadership. K Sudhakaran and VD Satheesan said that if there are any disputes, they will be settled.

The explosion that followed the DCC list was not when the KPCC office-bearers came, but discontent within the party was simmering. Muraleedharan’s opposition to the advertisement, which was firmly with the KPCC when the senior leaders in the DCC list went public, is very noteworthy. Although Mariyapuram Sreekumar was appointed General Secretary by Murali, he was dissatisfied that Maheshwaran Nair and Koyivila Ramachandran were not considered in the executive committee.

Though some of the names suggested by Oommen Chandy and Ramesh Chennithala were considered, the groups complained that the priority was changed. The problem with the I Group is that some of the nominees, including Karakulam Krishnapillai and Jyothikumar Chamakala, were not included in the executive committee. A’s complaint was that the leaders who were suggested to be in charge, including Jason Joseph and Shahnawaz Khan, were only included in the executive committee. The leadership explained that the change in the priority of the group proposals was due to the need to adhere to community equations.

The move by the KPCC leadership is to resolve the grievances by including some prominent people in the Political Affairs Committee to work on the reorganization of the KPCC. The leadership also says that when the secretaries are announced, there will be an opportunity for those who are now excluded. The move by the A-I groups is to focus more on the upcoming organizational elections without intensifying protests. The A-I groups reckon that the leadership will not be able to completely ignore themselves in the reorganization process because consensus is needed.

Last Updated Oct 22, 2021, 1:39 PM IST

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