We Won’t Be Mute Spectators In CPI-M’s Move Against Guv: Kerala BJP


Thiruvananthapuram: After Kerala CM P. Vijayan slammed Governor Arif Mohammed Khan over discharging his responsibilities as the Chancellor of Universities, the state BJP has asked the CPI-M leadership not to threaten the latter.

The Kerala BJP president K. Surendran while addressing the media persons at Kozhikode on Monday said the Governor “was not an orphan and that BJP would extend support”.

In the context of the CPI-M and Left Democratic Front announcing a Raj Bhavan march on November 15, Surendran said, “Chief Minister’s residence Cliff House is not far off from the Raj Bhavan and added that the party would extend support to the Governor.”

“The words used by the Chief Minister against the Governor were derogatory and added that the BJP won’t be a mute spectator in the CPI-M’s and Left Front’s move against Arif Mohammed Khan,” he said.

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