BJP poised to open account in Kerala: Rajnath
Kozhikode, Apr 26 (UNI) Ruling out any factional feud in the state unit, Bharatiya Janata Party president Rajnath Singh today claimed his party was poised to open its account in the Kerala assembly in the ensuing poll.
The party was giving a tough fight unitedly to both main political formations, the United Democratic Front (UDF) and the Left Democratic Front (LDF), and would be able to elect at least a few members to the legislature, Mr Singh, who was here for electioneering, told reporters.
Accusing the UDF and LDF for soliciting the support of 'communal'' parties like People's Democratic Party (PDP), he said this was evident from the demand they raised for the release of its leader Abdul Nazar Mahdani, allegedly involved in the Coimbatore serial blasts case.
They are also not hesitant to garner votes of these forces somehow to cling to power, Mr Singh alleged.
Terming the Narendran Commission Report on job quota to minorities as unconstitutional, he said steps taken to implement the recommendations prior to the election was only aimed at appeasing the communal forces in the state.
He said the Congress and the CPI (M) were also communalising national politics on Iran nuclear issue.
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