Congress chief K Sudhakaran is the latest to make the blooper charts by offering a wrong tribute to late filmmaker KG George.
Veteran Congress leader AK Antony and his son Anil Antony, now a BJP worker, campaigned for their respective candidates in Puthuppally.
The former Kerala chief minister said the voters of Puthuppally should punish those who witch-hunted Oommen Chandy.
Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge reconstituted Congress Working Committee.
Chandy had been offered the Puthuppally seat in the 1970 election by chance.
Kuttappan lost the cabinet berth in 2004 when Antony resigned, taking responsibility for the party’s rout in the Lok Sabha elections that year.
Anil Antony was in Thiruvananthapuram for the first time since joining the BJP earlier this month.
The son of veteran Congressman AK Antony is expected to share the dais with PM Modi at Yuvam conclave in Kochi on Monday.
Anil said that he did not deceive anyone by joining the BJP and expressed his confidence in the party's vision to elevate India under the leadership of Narendra Modi.
BJP is trying to tap into the minority votes since their votes are crucial in ensuring victory or defeat for parties in Kerala.