RMP cagey about Sabarimala issue
UDF help to RMP is unconditional: K. K. Rema
The Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP) is cagey about its stand on the Sabarimala issue although the get together has contested the Assembly polls with the help of the United Democratic Front (UDF), which has promised laws to guard the pursuits of devotees there.
“The case is now before a Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court. We will discuss the issue in the party if a Bill is presented in the Assembly, as promised by the UDF,” K.K. Rema, the UDF-backed RMP candidate within the Vadakara Assembly constituency, instructed the media on Tuesday.
She mentioned that proper now the UDF’s help to the get together was unconditional.
“The Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee president has made it amply clear. We don’t have any loyalty issue with the UDF,” Ms. Rema claimed.
She expressed the hope that even the CPI(M) cadre might have voted for her within the election. Ms. Rema, spouse of slain RMP chief T.P. Chandrasekharan, is pitted towards Manayath Chandran of the Left Democratic Front and M. Rajesh Kumar of the National Democratic Alliance in Vadakara.
She mentioned the go to of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi had energised UDF staff in the course of the election marketing campaign.
“There is a wave in favour of the UDF here. There has been a section of silent voters who are on our side. Their support is strongly reflecting in the voting now,” Ms. Rema claimed.
She identified that heavy polling had been reported from her get together’s strongholds and that she was fairly assured of her victory. “This is a new beginning for the politics of Vadakara, which will have Statewide impact. It will send a good political message of justice and virtue to the people,” she added.