CPI leader Brinda Karat today criticized the government over the ongoing invite snub controversy surrounding the Kerala Chief Minister, saying that not inviting the CM to the event, which even the Prime Minister is expected to attend, was “against democracy”.
“It’s against democracy and against all norms of decency in public life,” she said.
She added that political differences between parties should not be a reason to “insult the post of the CM”.
A big political controversy has erupted between Kerala government and the Center over exclusion of Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy from a Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s event tomorrow.
However, Home Minister Rajnath Singh has dismissed the charge as “baseless” and said the decision to withdraw the invite to Chandy for the event in Kerala tomorrow was taken by SNDP, a social organisation which is hosting it, due to its “internal row” and the government had nothing to do with it.
Even a furious Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi targeted the Prime Minister and said that he has “insulted” the people of the state.
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