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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The RSS has kept all the key posts of the country’s administration with them, said CPM state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan. They are using Raj Bhavans to sabotage the verdict of the people, he said after inaugurating the EMS-AKG commemoration event in the capital city.

The congress has lost its sheen. It’s the same with the KPCC in Kerala. The by polls in Malappuram are held at a time when the country is facing a dangerous situation. The people will vote for the Left Front against the RSS and the BJP.

Senior leader V S Achuthanandan who spoke later said there is an unholy nexus between the congress and the BJP in the Malappuram bypolls. The congress will join hands with any anti-people party for two to four votes. The congress has lost all its sheen and it’s difficult for them to make a comeback.

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