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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala Congress 'A' group  to approach High Command  against former KPCC President  V M Sudheeran who has declared open war with regard to the Rajya Sabha seat issue. 'A' group made it clear that Sudheeran who is making open statements against their interests is creating a huge crisis. They also pointed out that Sudheeran is behaving like an enemy. 'A' group also states that they can never accept this kind of behaviour from a person who served as the  party chairperson and he should be controlled.

Sudheeran acts in a way that he is only right. Similar incidents have occurred when he was the president. Those times he used to ban others and now he is making open statements putting the party in crisis. The party believes that its sheer breach of discipline on the part of Sudheeran to have spoken to the media when he could have expressed his opinion at KPCC meeting or political affairs meeting. This act of Sudheeran won’t be beneficial to the party. 'A' Group states that Sudheeran’s statements will only intensify the clashes with regard to the Rajya Sabha seat. Sudheeran who once  stated he resigned the Presidential position owing to health issues is now accusing the party leaders. Opposition leader Ramesh  Chennithala and KPCC President M M Hassan has accepted that Sudheeran has committed mistake.  Sudheeran's attitude will be an obstacle to the smooth flow of the party said 'A' Group.

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