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BJP no longer ahead in Kerala: CK Padmanabhan

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Former state president and Dharmadatta NDA candidate CK Padmanabhan has said that the BJP’s hopes of making progress in Kerala have been dashed. Not only was there no progress in the Assembly elections, but there were setbacks. He said in an interview that the leadership should take a serious introspection about failure.

State President K Surendran contested in two seats without consultation. This experiment failed. Helicopter politics is not as costly in Kerala as it is in northern India. The votes received could not go ahead with the program called Zindabad.

Continuing rule is the dream of Kerala
Continuing rule is the dream of the people of Kerala. The people gave strong support to Pinarayi Vijayan for the realization of this dream. The Opposition rejected all the good deeds done by Pinarayi and found only guilt. Kerala has been more efficient than other states in Kovid defense. There is nothing wrong with Pinarayi remaining in power.

Despite strong opposition from many quarters, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan faced it with open arms. Pinarayi is a leader who says and acts exactly what needs to be said without being flattering. Not now, but before. CK Padmanabhan said that Pinarayi’s personal influence has helped the LDF to continue its rule.

Abdullakutty did not benefit
The BJP did not benefit from the arrival of AP Abdullakutty. Newcomers should look at their past history when they arrive. Giving them a position is an insult to activists. Only by keeping the workers together can we win the elections. There are complaints that the backbone workers of the party do not get dignity and consideration.

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