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KPCC leadership meeting: Sudheeran, Mullappally, Muraleedharan stay in Delhi


Highlight:

  • KPC leadership meeting continues.
  • Senior leaders left the meeting.
  • The first meeting of the executive committee is tomorrow.

Thiruvananthapuram: Leaders including senior leader VM Sudheeran walked out of the KPC leadership meeting. Sudheeran, who has distanced himself from the state leadership, left the first meeting of the executive committee members held after the KPCC was reorganized.

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Former KPCC president Mullappally Ramachandran and K Muraleedharan MP also did not attend the meeting. According to Asianet News, Muraleedharan did not attend the meeting as he had to stay in Delhi for official purposes. Sudheeran did not say why he was absent from the meeting. Permanent invitees, special invitees and presidents of nutrition organizations are attending today’s KPCC meeting. KPCC president K Sudhakaran said that the joining of KPCC was delayed due to delay in reorganization.

The first meeting of the reorganized executive committee will convene tomorrow. Dissatisfaction with the KPCC reorganization was strong after the explosion that followed the release of the final list of DCC presidents. Following this, the KPCC leadership meeting continues.

The A and I groups had started moving against KPCC president K Sudhakaran’s stand that he might contest in the union elections. The A and I groups have decided to move together in the wake of Sudhakaran’s announcement that he may contest in the union elections. The groups have decided not to take the initiative even though they want a consensus with the state leadership. The groups are of the view that open discussions can take place only if the leadership comes forward. If there is a discussion, the groups will oppose Sudhakaran’s unilateral candidate announcement.

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At the same time, the groups decided to move together in the organizational elections in view of Sudhakaran’s possibility of contesting. The possibility of Ramesh Chennithala contesting cannot be ruled out as the groups have a strong chance to come back. If Chennithala is not in the competition, the I Group may support the contestant from Group A.

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