In the CPI(M)’s convention held in Alappuzha in 2018, get together’s Kerala secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishanan had stated India, Japan, Australia and the US had been collectively attacking China from all sides, Ramesh Chennithala claimed.
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- Last Updated: June 23, 2020, 10:10 PM IST
Opposition chief within the Kerala Assembly Ramesh Chennithala stated the “silence” of CPI(M) normal secretary, Sitaram Yechury and Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on the Chinese incursion in Galwan valley in Ladakh and the “brutal murder” of 20 Indian troopers, was “regretful.”
In an open letter to Vijayan, the senior Congress chief stated the assault by China and martyrdom of Indian troopers have evoked a “huge wave of resentment” throughout the nation towards the aggressors.
“I saw your tweet on the martyrdom of 20 Indian soldiers. But there is no condemnation of China’s nefarious act in it,” he stated, including that Yechury’s tweet additionally doesn’t point out the aggression of China.
“If this means you and your party are not willing to change your controversial statement about India’s land which was intruded by the Chinese in 1962, as the land considered by India as its own and China as theirs, it is extremely sad,” he famous.
In the CPI(M) get together convention held in Alappuzha in 2018, get together’s Kerala secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishanan had stated India, Japan, Australia and the US had been collectively attacking China from all sides, Chennithala claimed.
“The people of Kerala are interested to know if your party maintains the same policy now?” Chennithala requested.
“As CPI(M) is ruling Kerala, your party has the obligation to maintain the unity, sovereignty and integrity of India.You have a responsibility to make public your stand in the issue of Chinese incursions. The unwillingness of both you and the CPI(M) to recant your policy of blind support to China is a grave injustice to the country,” he added.