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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP State general secretary K Surendran has said Congress workers should join the BJP to counter the terror unleashed by the CPM.

“Now on, Congress will not be able to defend CPM in Kerala. Congress’ unholy alliances and secret understandings from time to time had routed it,” he alleged.

Surendran said that Ramesh Chennithala had to wait till the killing of its worker to agree that there is Red terror in the State. Till date Chennithala and team have been trying to whitewash CPM by saying that both RSS and CPM are the same. He had sided with the CPM and ridiculed Janaraksha yatra. The cry of such a person now has no value at all,” he said on his Facebook page. 

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