At a time when the state was witnessing a raging debate on religious extremism and concerns about the radicalisation of youth, the in-house note seems to have put the CPI(M) in a dilemma.
The BJP state president has accused the CPM of adopting a double stand while Opposition Leader VD Satheesan has demanded an explanation from the government
K Surendran, the President of the Kerala unit of the BJP, has appeared for interrogation over a poll-related bribery case reported in the wake of the Kerala Legislative Assembly election last summer
As the flag was being raised, the leaders noticed the mistake. Immediately, the flag was set right and hoisted properly.
K Sudhakaran has labelled the actor-politician's appointment as a member of the Coconut Development Board an attempt to saffronise the statutory body.
There are 22 accused in the case which triggered a huge political controversy in the state as names of several BJP leaders cropped up in connection with it.
The BJP state president said it was an attempt to shame his party
The Minister for Welfare of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes said the calls were made to his office telephone
Surendran had stayed away from an earlier round of questioning at the Thrissur Police Club on July 6 claiming he had to attend a state-level party meeting in Kasaragod the same day.
The BJP state president revealed the name of the DYFI member as Prathin Krishna. He said top CPM leaders, including former SC/ST Minister AK Balan were aware of the corruption