Kerala Pradesh congressional committee leader to pacify Oommen Chandy, Ramesh Chennithala | News from Kozhikode
âI already called Oommen Chandy. We are still on very good terms. Some people just take advantage of the situation. We trust Chandy. We will talk and make him understand the situation, âSudhakaran said.
He said the leadership would also hold talks with Chennithala. âWe will discuss and resolve the issues amicably. In congressional politics, it is child’s play in the midst of a storm. Bigger problems than that have happened in Congress and we have fixed them all. It doesn’t have to be presented as such a huge crisis. Considering the drastic change the party is undergoing, these are all minor issues. We will overcome all of these problems, âSudhakaran said.
Asked about the comments made by the leaders, Sudhakaran said it would be stopped and it would end. Speaking at a meeting, Sudhakaran said there is no other party like Congress that allows such free speech.
âHowever, I would like to remind leaders and workers specifically that such expression of opinion must remain within the party. Taking freedom over that will only weaken the party and affect the image of the party. You and I are working hard not to weaken the party but to strengthen it, âSudhakaran said.
He said eligible people were ignored solely because of “groupism”. âThey have a good reputation in their hometown. But none of them has a post. They don’t have it because they weren’t part of any group, âSudhakaran said, adding that organizational elections should be held in the party.
He said party members can approach the leadership with criticism and suggestions. âThrough a total overhaul, we are working to form a disciplined party with a semi-framework system that would strengthen the party,â he said.
The head of the KPCC said that the Congress you are going to see after the next six months will not be the Congress you saw yesterday.
He said the return to power of a chief minister who had become entangled in a gold smuggling scandal had clearly shaken up congressional officials. Sudhakaran said the polls he conducted highlighted the weakness of Congress at the local level. âWe will select 2,500 executives. These workers will devote themselves to the party for three years. These workers will be trained in batches. They will be deployed in areas where the organization is weak. They will receive aid and allowances. They will also form micro-units, âSudhakaran said.
He said permanent political schools would be set up in Kozhikode and Thiruvananthapuram. A two-day workshop for new DCC presidents will also be held in Thiruvananthapuram, he said.