The Samastha had earlier distanced itself from the Muslim League's move to use Friday gatherings in mosques for launching campaigns against the LDF government over the Waqf appointments.
Muslim groups led by the League was about to use Friday prayers in mosques on December 3 to mount a massive campaign against the LDF government for handing over the recruitment process to the Waqf Board to the PSC.
CPM has come out strongly against the decision of a collective of Muslim organisations led IUML to hold awareness discourses in mosques against the LDF decision to hand over Waqf Board appointments to the Kerala PSC.
The party had in September dissolved Harita, the womens' arm of the Muslim Students' Federation (MSF), after its functionaries approached the State Women's Commission, accusing MSF leaders of making derogatory comments against them.
The League, one of the major stakeholders of the UDF, expressed its displeasure over the remarks made by the Bishop. ET Muhammed Basheer, MP, was very vocal in his criticism, while other Muslim League leaders kept restraint.