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‘Muslim edge’ crucial in Kerala

The Congress Party believes Mrs Sonia Gandhi’s recent visit to Kerala on the occasion of Mr Pankakkad Thangal’s 25 years in Indian Union Muslim League will help it retain the crucial ‘Muslim edge’ in the Kerala assembly elections.

The IUML, with its influence over 40 constituencies in north Kerala, is the second-largest partner in the Congress-led United Democratic Front.

During the recent panchayat elections, the CPI-M entered into an alliance with the IUML. But the experiment turned out to be a disaster for the CPI-M when the ‘deal’ was exposed, and the pro-Congress faction of the IUML gained an upper hand in the party’s policy matters.

CPI-M leader, Mr VS Chuthanandan, who had petitioned the politburo against the party’s bid 'to dilute its secular principle by entering in to a secret alliance with the communal IUML,' launched a campaign that virtually sealed the CPI-M’s overtures to the IUML. The CPI-M has now settled for an alliance with the Indian National League, a break-away faction of the IUML.

Calicut, an IUML stronghold, has of late been witness to a tussle for ‘political space’ between the CPI-M and IUML. Sonia Gandhi attended the IUML function in this very city and urged the people to give a befitting reply to the politics of violence. For the Congress, out of power in the state for the last five years, this is a crucial election where they hope to return to power riding on an anti-incumbency wave. Two factors crucial to the Congress game plane are internal unity and the support of the minorities. This is exactly what Mrs Gandhi tried during her visit.

Her visit set the tempo for the polls in the state. With the LF determined to retain power, it has begun a journey from Trivandrum to mobilize forces to counter the Congress rally. 

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