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IUML should take decision: KC(B)

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KOZHIKODE, DEC. 3. The Kerala Congress(B) leader and MLA, R. Balakrishna Pillai, today said the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) should take a decision on the Kunhalikutty issue rather than allow the Congress high command to impose a decision on it.

At a press conference here, the KC(B) leader said the former Chief Minister A.K. Antony should break his silence over the issue. This would save the UDF from disintegration.

"There was no reason to remove Mr. Antony from the Chief Minister's post. Those who had targeted him earlier are suffering now," he said.

Mr. Balakrishna Pillai said the Chief Minister, Oommen Chandy's 100-day action plan was a failure. He has wasted crores of rupees from the exchequer in the name of distributing paltry pension amounts at the mass contact programme in all districts, he said.

The KC(B) leader alleged that the rule of law was being enforced on the basis of the strength of each constituent in the Assembly.

If the police had taken action against RSP (B) leaders Shibu Baby John and A.V. Thamarakshan in connection with the violent incidents in Thiruvananthapuram last Saturday, the same law should be applied to leaders of the IUML for the violence in Kannur on Monday and Tuesday.

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