‘K Sudhakaran’s Unnecessary Statement’: League Leader Says Citizens Have No Obligation To Protect RSS: Muslim League Kannur District General Secretary Abdul Karim Cheleri criticized K Sudhakaran. The league leader warned that it is not good for the KPCC president to stick to political opponents. He should clarify the relevance of the KPCC chief’s controversial remarks. Many other things can be said to remember Nehru. It was an unnecessary statement made today. Sudhakaran is not unaware of the anxiety that controversies cause in the minority community. He also clarified that the citizens have no responsibility to protect the RSS. Abdul Karim Cheleri’s criticism is in a Facebook post. (Muslim league leader against K Sudhakaran)
Full Facebook post:
Parineeta Pragyan, former Minister and Member of Parliament KPCC It is unfortunate that Mr. K. Sudhakaran, the President, is going into controversy after controversy. A few days ago, CMP in Kannur. Organized MVR commemoration program organized by KSU. While an activist, RSS branch, C.P.M. His speech about sending someone to protect him from the car was controversial. On that day, he gave a speech about the protection of the RSS branch in the name of freedom of expression and protection of democracy. But today again in the renaissance meeting held in Kannur on the occasion of Children’s Day, he preached that even Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had come to terms with communal fascism and that is why Shyama Prasad Mukherjee was made the Minister.
Not one to fail to recognize the concern and suspicions that the controversies he creates through his haphazard and unnecessary responses create in the minority community, Hon’ble KPCC. President. It is not a good idea to give political enemies a stick to stab themselves, their party, and their fellow travelers on any pretext.
On Children’s Day, when there are so many positive events and things to say to commemorate Chachaji, what is the relevance of the controversial references?
Citizens of India have no obligation to protect the RSS, which whitewashes Nathuram Vinayak Godse, who shot and killed the father of India, Mahatma Gandhi, in the name of any democracy or freedom of expression. No one needs to build a bridge with Nehru to make peace with communal fascism.
SRP’s party, the CPM, and its leaders, who proudly claimed to have attended the RSS branch in khaki trousers as a child, need not come to fish in these troubled waters.