CPM workers celebrating victory in Kerala civic elections. (PTI photo)
Many people may also wonder this, but if we look at the political developments in Kerala after July, the evidence will be found.
- Last Updated:December 18, 2020, 4:26 PM IST
Actually after the decision of the President of Turkey, the leader of the Muslim League Party of Kerala, Ali Shihab wrote an article in support of it. The Muslim League is part of the United Democratic Front, which is headed by the Congress. As soon as Ali Shihab wrote this article, it was immediately opposed by the ruling CPM. Kodiyari Balakrishnan, a politburo member of the party, wrote in a Facebook post – how the Muslim League will now be able to oppose the BJP’s decision to build Ram temple. There was a mosque at that place earlier. Which was dropped
Balakrishnan wrote – Jamaat-e-Islami is an organization that supports the Turkish government. Now Muslim League leaders are also supporting the decision to build the mosque. The relationship between the two is now open. At the same time, the Congress has decided to form an alliance with the Welfare Party. The Welfare Party is the political wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami. At the same time, Congress is also thinking of an alliance with SDPI, which is the political wing of the Popular Front of India. After all, what does the Congress stand about the topic of Turkey?
The strong Catholic Church in Kerala soon protested over the matter. A statement said that the leader of the Muslim League should read history before supporting the Turkish incident. Significantly, the church in Kerala has been considered a supporter of the Congress-led UDF. It is being said that these events happened one after the other in the local elections in Kerala, the CPM has registered a big victory.