Senior Congress leader Oommen Chandy met party leader Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on Friday and expressed his unhappiness over the recent leadership change in the party in Kerala.
Thiruvananthapuram. Senior Congress leader Oommen Chandy met party leader Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on Friday and expressed his unhappiness over the recent leadership change in the party in Kerala. After a crushing defeat in the assembly elections held in Kerala on April 6, the high command’s VD Satheen and K. Chandy has come to Delhi after Sudhakaran was appointed as the Leader of Opposition in the state and KPCC president respectively. Earlier, Gandhi had also called former Leader of Opposition Ramesh Chennithala to Delhi.
Chandy’s meeting with Rahul Gandhi comes amid reports that Chandy and Chennithala are upset over the decisions taken by ignoring the interests of their respective factions. Talking to reporters after meeting the former Congress president and Wayanad MP, Chandy said that after the recent reorganization in the party in Kerala, he had to go to Delhi to convey “his feelings to the leadership” and said that after the decisions were taken. There are no differences in relation.
The former chief minister said, “Everyone is ready to accept the decisions of the high command and everyone is bound to do so but there is some unhappiness about the way these decisions were taken.” Completely satisfied with the conversation.
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