Thiruvananthapuram, Nov 1 (UNI)The Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president Ramesh Chennithala today alleged that it was because of CPI(M)'s ''vote-bank'' politics that the state had become a ''breeding ground'' for fundamental and terrorist outfits.
Talking to reporters here, he said it was because of the unholy alliance with the fundamental and terrorist groups that extremism was growing rapidly in the state.
Alleging that the CPI(M) had alliance with the alleged fundamental organisations like the NDF, the PDP and the mat-e-Islami, he said CPI(M) should make its policy clear about the relationship with these organisations, instead of issuing mere statements.
Alleging that the LDF government and the Home Ministry had failed to check extremism in the state, he said hawala and fake notes were being distributed freely in the state.
The State government was adopting a ''soft approach'' towards the extremist groups, he charged.
He alleged that both the NDF and the RSS were two sides of the same coin, and added that the Congress stand was that their activities would help only to fan communal conflicts in the state.
He claimed that banning of an organisation would not help to end its activities. People should join hands and isolate these groups.
The Congress would organise an awareness campaign ''sadbavana sangamam'' here on November 4, to spread this idea, he said.
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