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RSS leader who quit to join CPI(M) returns in four days

P Padmakumar, a former state Secretary of the 'Hindu Aikya Vedi', had joined CPI(M) on November 27

Press Trust of India  |  Thiruvananthapuram 

RSS leader who quit to join CPI(M) returns in four days

Four days after joining as a mark of protest against "demonetisation and political violence", a local leader has returned to the Sangh Parivar fold.

P Padmakumar, a former state Secretary of the 'Hindu Aikya Vedi', had joined on November 27, after snapping his four-decade-long link with the Sangh.

In the presence of district Secretary Anavoor Nagappan, Padmakumar had told reporters here that he had decided to join CPI(M), after being fed up with the "political violence" and "inhumane stand" of the BJP-

However, the leader announced his return to fold in a meeting organised by Yuva Morcha here last evening.

"My experience and feelings while being in was similar to that of a nationalist caught in the midst of terrorists," he alleged.

He also claimed that the press release distributed by leaders at the press conference on November 27 did not reflect his views.

Padmakumar, while announcing his decision to join CPI(M), had said that "I was against the inhumane attitude of and its of violence. The demonetisation of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 was the last straw and I decided to quit the outfit.

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RSS leader who quit to join CPI(M) returns in four days

P Padmakumar, a former state Secretary of the 'Hindu Aikya Vedi', had joined CPI(M) on November 27

P Padmakumar, a former state Secretary of the 'Hindu Aikya Vedi', had joined CPI(M) on November 27
Four days after joining as a mark of protest against "demonetisation and political violence", a local leader has returned to the Sangh Parivar fold.

P Padmakumar, a former state Secretary of the 'Hindu Aikya Vedi', had joined on November 27, after snapping his four-decade-long link with the Sangh.

In the presence of district Secretary Anavoor Nagappan, Padmakumar had told reporters here that he had decided to join CPI(M), after being fed up with the "political violence" and "inhumane stand" of the BJP-

However, the leader announced his return to fold in a meeting organised by Yuva Morcha here last evening.

"My experience and feelings while being in was similar to that of a nationalist caught in the midst of terrorists," he alleged.

He also claimed that the press release distributed by leaders at the press conference on November 27 did not reflect his views.

Padmakumar, while announcing his decision to join CPI(M), had said that "I was against the inhumane attitude of and its of violence. The demonetisation of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 was the last straw and I decided to quit the outfit.
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RSS leader who quit to join CPI(M) returns in four days

P Padmakumar, a former state Secretary of the 'Hindu Aikya Vedi', had joined CPI(M) on November 27

Four days after joining as a mark of protest against "demonetisation and political violence", a local leader has returned to the Sangh Parivar fold.

P Padmakumar, a former state Secretary of the 'Hindu Aikya Vedi', had joined on November 27, after snapping his four-decade-long link with the Sangh.

In the presence of district Secretary Anavoor Nagappan, Padmakumar had told reporters here that he had decided to join CPI(M), after being fed up with the "political violence" and "inhumane stand" of the BJP-

However, the leader announced his return to fold in a meeting organised by Yuva Morcha here last evening.

"My experience and feelings while being in was similar to that of a nationalist caught in the midst of terrorists," he alleged.

He also claimed that the press release distributed by leaders at the press conference on November 27 did not reflect his views.

Padmakumar, while announcing his decision to join CPI(M), had said that "I was against the inhumane attitude of and its of violence. The demonetisation of Rs 1000 and Rs 500 was the last straw and I decided to quit the outfit.

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