Thursday, October 27, 2011

Advani\'s \'Janachetana Yatra to reach Kerala on Friday

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, October 27, 2011(Tehelkanews)

BJP leader L. K. Advani, who will be in Kerala on Friday and Saturday on his 'Janachetana Yatra' against corruption, will address public meetings at six places in the State including Thiruvananthapuram and Ernakulam.

The other locations are Kottarakkara, Pandalam, Kottayam and Cherthala.

Mr. Advani, who arrives at Aryankavu on the Tamil Nadu-Kerala border on Friday evening, will reach Thiruvananthapuram by 7.30 pm via Madathara, Palode, Nedumangad, Peroorkada and Palayam.

He is accompanied by national leaders Ravi Shankar Prasad, Ananth Kumar and Muralidhar Rao.

BJP State president V. Muraleedharan told the media here on Thursday that in Kerala the Yatra would be focusing on the partnership between the ruling and Opposition fronts in corruption. Both fronts were afraid of enquiries into corruption charges.

The State president said that the allegations about corruption in the pollution control plant at Travancore Titanium Products which caused a loss of Rs. 130 crore to the exchequer was the latest instance.

The LDF, which had opposed CBI enquiry while in power, was now demanding it. However, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy refused to oblige for fear of exposure. Mr. Muraleedharan noted that the CPI (M) was not keen on exposing the deals behind the Brahmos project in Thiruvananthapuram.

The investigation into the allegations of corruption in Malabar Cements had been effectively paralysed by removing the investigating officer and appointing none in his place.

The Yatra would expose the unholy alliance between the two fronts who were partners in corruption.

He said that reports that Mr. Advani would skip his tour of Bangalore were incorrect.

Mr. Advani would be leaving for Bangalore from Kochi on Sunday.

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