Ashish, who would have turned 35 on June 9, was recovering well at Gurgaon's Medanta Hospital.
Yechury, who reachedthe southern state to campaign for the Left parties, said the EC's move amounts to 'denial of representation' to Kerala in the Council of States.
Yechury launched a scathing attack on the BJP policy of forming governments in the states where it had lost elections. His remark that the Left's fight is to sustain the country's diversity and plurality was received by a huge round of applause.
CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury spoke to Onmanorama in the backdrop of assembly elections in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, West Bengal and Assam.
Yechury said the government was duty-bound to implement the Supreme Court’s order adding that the Sabarimala issue was not a policy matter.
Yechury's remarks came in reference to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement at an event on Friday in which he said the government was ready for discussions on all issues with farmers with an open mind.
It was obvious the CPM central leadership had forced its powerful state unit to toe its line.
Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan has given nod to the ordinance to amend the Kerala Police Act to provide for jail term for social media posts deemed offensive or threatening.
The party and the LDF are rejecting the demand for the resignation of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan as his influence in the party, the cabinet and the Left Front has not diminished.
Though Pinarayi faction had earlier argued that an alliance with Congress could not be convincingly explained in Kerala, it too has come to the conclusion that there is no other way.