‘Nehru compromised with communal fascism’: Congress chief in Kerala makes one other controversial comment
Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president and Lok Sabha member Ok Sudhakaran Monday stated Jawaharlal Nehru was keen to compromise with even communal fascism as he made Syama Prasad Mookerjee a minister in Independent India’s first Union cupboard.
Sudhakaran made the controversial remarks at a district Congress committee operate in Kannur on the event of Nehru’s start anniversary, days after he had sparked one other row by saying he had ensured safety for Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) shakhas from CPI(M) throughout his days as a Congress scholar chief.
Addressing the social gathering operate, Sudhakaran stated, “Nehru is the symbol of the highest level of democratic consciousness that made B R Ambedkar the law minister. He was magnanimous enough to make RSS leader Syama Prasad Mookerjee a minister in his own cabinet… that large-heartedness to even compromise with communal fascism..”
Mookerjee served because the minister of commerce and trade within the Nehru authorities from 1947 to 1950. He later give up the cupboard and based Bharatiya Jana Sangh, which later turned Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He is extensively reckoned because the BJP’s founder.
“During Nehru’s period, there was no Opposition in Parliament. The opposition parties did not have enough numbers. But by making A K Gopalan (of the Communist Party) the Opposition leader, Nehru demonstrated democratic sense. He was of the view that there should be someone to criticise (the government),” stated Sudhakaran.
The Congress state president’s newest comment got here even because the party-led United Democratic Front (UDF) was attempting to wriggle out of the embarrassment created by his assertion on RSS shakhas final week. Congress ally Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) took sturdy exception to Sudhakaran’s assertion on the RSS.
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