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Bengal Model in Kerala; CPM Offices Turn Saffron after Party Members join BJP in Thiruvananthapuram

WebdeskFeb 26, 2021, 09:00 AM IST

Bengal Model in Kerala; CPM Offices Turn Saffron after Party Members join BJP in Thiruvananthapuram

As a sequel to what happened in West Bengal and Tripura, now, CPIM offices are turning to become BJP offices in Kerala. Recently, two CPIM branch committees in Kovalam (Thiruvananthapuram) merged with BJP.   More than 100 activists of CPIM, led by CPIM area committee member and former president of Vizhinjam panchayat, Mukkola Prabhakaran had joined BJP in the presence of Union Ministers Prahlad Joshi and V Muraleedharan. During the program, the district president of BJP Thiruvananthapuram, V.V Rajesh had announced that the CPM branch office would be converted to BJP office.  Now, the visuals of the conversion of CPM offices to BJP offices have gone viral on Social Media.

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