hnair wrote:Dilbu, that lethal clout of CPI-M is not state wide as in WB. It is there in Kannur, Kasargode and to an extent Alapuzha.
But unfortunately it this lethal gang of thugs from North Malabar who actually runs the show in Kerala now. I get a strong feeling that this gang has also managed to create & maintain sub-groups in pretty much every state organ (mainly the police) in Kerala. So much so that the sensible leaders (like Suresh Kurup) from Central and South Kerala have all been marginalised.
The hyena pack that is his own party is already licking its chops and figuring out how to replace him ASAP.
Perhaps this is where we should have some smart IB officers play a role
. Make this North Malabar gang of thugs start fighting each other. Any way all of them have a murdereous mentality (which is said to be prevalent in Northern Kerala), so let them finish off each other. I don't know if it is MK Dhar or Ajit Doval who managed to split the other wise united Naga rebels into seven different groups, constantly at each other's throat
. CPI(M) having a say in Kerala, is going to cause long term damage to the state, mainly in terms of national security. We must know that Kerala has seen the maximum number of folks joining ISIS; and all of them were 100% literate, rich and well educated. The state government machinery is pretty poor in dealing with the Islamic terror threat. With strong rumours that the Islamists have formed their own parallel "intelligence" group within the police system. I don't think the CPI(M) leadership in general, and from North Kerala in particular have any sense to appreciate matters of national security etc.
Singha wrote:is it true congi will get wiped in KL this time and Left will gain 10+
Rather, it would be the other way round. The Congies are expected to gain more seats than the commies. And any way, even if commies do win ultimately they are going to be licking the boots of the Congies (in the Parliament).