The leadership meetings of both the ruling LDF and the Opposition UDF in Kerala were held today at Thiruvananthapuram in the backdrop of the communally sensitive row.
The KPCC has also asked each unit to constitute panels to iron out differences within the party.
The party is hoping to 'look younger' by insisting on fixing 75 as the age limit.
Further, the CPM State Committee-approved election review report also found that the party's failure resulted in Kerala Congress (M) chief Jose K Mani's debacle in Pala segment.
Though the groups within the Congress are opposed to the list of DCC presidents and the manner in which it was announced, it has not snowballed into a major issue in the districts.
The report highlighted the undesirable trends that were visible during the recent Assembly polls to supplement its argument.
The ruling CPM's assembly election review report contains specific references indicting the veteran leader in connection with the campaign.
The political landscape of Kerala is going to witness an intense fight between a new-look Opposition and an experienced Chief Minister.
While speaking on the floor of the House, Mukesh claimed it was he who first made Olympian Suresh Babu jump into a pit.
Anathalavattom Anandan and M M Mani from the state secretariat, and around 15 members from the state committee are likely to be excluded.
Even though the government had expected an adverse verdict on the 2015 incident, the scathing criticism against the government has come as a bolt from the blue.
If parties were to split, the CPM generally follows the practice of keeping out both the factions from the front, at least temporarily.