Thiruvananthapuram: After the allegations which the Kerala’s current Chief Minister- Oommen Chandy has levelled against the India’s current Prime Minister- Narendra Modi, that he has humiliated the people of Kerala by comparing the Kerala to Somalia which is reeling under poverty and internal strife, now today, on Wednesday, 11th May hit out at him for attacking its PM- Modi.
Not only this, Kerala’s Chief Minister- Chandy wrote a letter to the Prime Minister and the instances of which were made public today, in which he sought to praise the Kerala as above national average in terms of economic growth and human resource development for the past 5 years. He asked “Is it not Kerala a State in India?, And is it not a shame for the Prime Minister to pronounce that a state like Somalia exists in the country?”
Moreover, while hitting back to the CM- Chandy, the Bhartiya Janata party’s State President- Kummanam Rajasekharan found telling to the reporters that there were many laws being made by the Central Government for the benefit of the “SC/ ST brothers” and these laws “are not being Implemented in Kerala.” Then he asked “isn’t this an insult to the State?” This point was raised as against the allegations of the Chandy, who said on Tuesday that the PM- Modi’s terming Kerala to Somalia is insult to the State.
Moreover, the said State’s President for BJP- Rajasekharan also stated that “the chief minister has raised the issue of the Malayalee pride being hurt now, only with an eye on the May 16 Assembly polls.”
Also, he took the reference of the Two Tribal Children whose reports were highlighted by the Media, as they were rummaging for food at a waste dump in a tribal colony at Peravur in Kannur District and Rajasekharan said that this incident has shaken the conscience of the Nation, and there was nothing wrong and “unnatural” about what PM- Modi had stated.
Moreover, while repeatedly hitting back to the Chief Minister- Chandy, the BJP leader also asked him to explain the steps taken by the Government for stopping starvation deaths in the State of Kerala.