'CPM can't harm me now': KPCC chief Sudhakaran on Sakthidharan's claim

K Sudhakaran
Taking to the Facebook page, Sakthidharan disclosed that CPM had sent goons to kill Sudhakaran and he had a narrow escape from them. Photo: Manorama

Kannur: Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee president K Sudhakaran claimed that the CPM had conspired to kill him many times earlier. He was responding to the new revelation of former associate editor of Deshabhimani G Sakthidharan on Saturday. 

Taking to Facebook, Sakthidharan disclosed CPM had sent goons to kill Sudhakaran and he had a narrow escape from them. Reacting to this, Sudhakaran thanked the former journalist and noted that he had received a tip-off on CPM's plan to kill him.

“CPM had sent goons to kill me on many occasions and in many places. But CPM can't kill me. Because I believe in God. Only God can decide on my death. I'm fully confident about it,” said Sudhakaran.

“When I was attending a public meet at Koothuparamba, CPM's 'killers' camped in front of my house. They had planned to kill me when I leave home for tea outside. But skipped the plan as destiny was in my favour. Likewise, I had a narrow escape from the CPM's knife during many situations. As Sakthidharan is a former CPM member, his revelation of the conspiracy against me is credible. I have never met him or had a conversation with him yet. I really want to thank him,” added the Congress leader.

At the same time, he pointed out that he doesn't think the police will register any case over Sakthidharan's statement. He noted that he will discuss the matter with his lawyers.

He also added that he is not expecting justice from the LDF government.

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