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By Our Special Correspondent
NEW DELHI, MARCH. 1. The Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president, Thennala Balakrishna Pillai, will submit the detailed report on the infighting within the State unit of the party to the All India Congress Committee (AICC) in-charge, Ahmed Patel, tomorrow.
The AICC had sought a report from the KPCC about a fortnight ago in the wake of a fresh round of sabre-rattling by the Karunakaran faction ahead of the organisational elections due in April.
According to Mr. Pillai, the polls were not behind schedule and the KPCC had already come out with a list of 52 returning officers. The Karunakaran faction, he said, had a complaint against only one of the 52, and even in this case no formal complaint had been registered.
Of the view that the veteran Congressman, K. Karunakaran, was fighting on a non-issue, Mr. Pillai pondered aloud how a party set-up could continue to tolerate such behaviour. He had one round of discussion with Mr. Patel today in Parliament and hopes to have a lengthier meeting tomorrow.
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