The yatra has thoroughly and comprehensively dismantled the distorted perception of Rahul Gandhi that had been deliberately stitched together by the current ruling dispensation and their social media minions.
While he found it fair to question the purpose of a foreign organisation releasing the documentary now, the Thiruvananthapuram MP said he was, however, against the Centre's decision to censor it.
The AICC leadership has asked Tariq Anwar, general secretary in charge of Kerala, to see that “all guns stop firing in the open”.
The Member of Parliament secured more votes than the other three finalists, Nanjiyamma, Sanju Samson and EP Jayarajan.
The Congress MP also added that he was attending functions and events as the public were inviting him.
Chennithala said that if someone has stitched a coat, it must be put down. The focus has to be on the general elections, the leaders said.
He added that at present, Kerala has a chief minister and an elected government with a good majority.
Renowned scholar Homi K Bhabha and leadership development trainer Smita Tharoor also visited the Biennale.
K Muraleedharan will get the lot if Tharoor doesn’t contest from Thiruvananthapuram
It is good that Thiruvananthapuram MP has the backing of all religious leaders, Muraleedharan said.