Herald: Kerala BJP flays Pinarayi Vijayan on charges against PM
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Kerala BJP flays Pinarayi Vijayan on charges against PM

25 Jun 2018 05:29am IST
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25 Jun 2018 05:29am IST

PTI, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Hitting out at Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for accusing the Prime Minister of 'consistently ignoring' the state, the BJP in Kerala today said his statement came out of his 'hatred' for Narendra Modi. The saffron party also asked Vijayan to clarify what 'hostility' the Centre had towards the southern state. Referring to Vijayan's statement that a delegation from

the state was denied appointment by the PMO, Veteran BJP leader O Rajagopal said the Chief Minister had gone to New Delhi to attend CPI (M)'s central committee meeting.

The Prime Minister's office was not a place where one can go whenever they felt like going, the lone BJP MLA said in a statement. "Vijayan's statement that Modi has political hostility towards Kerala and has been consistently ignoring the state is baseless. His hatred for Modi is (the reason) behind such a statement," Rajagopal said.

The Chief Minister had yesterday alleged that the Centre was not 'paying heed' to the country's federal structure. "The PM has been ignoring Kerala. The Centre's aversion to Kerala's demands is leading to the collapse of several industries in the state.

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