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UDF assures LDF govt help in banning terror outfits

Denying that the Opposition United Democratic Front has any ties with radical Muslim outfit Popular Front of India, Opposition leader Oommen Chandy today said the party would help the LDF government take the initiative in banning terror outfits.

india Updated: Jul 10, 2010 20:21 IST
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Denying that the opposition United Democratic Front has any ties with radical Muslim outfit Popular Front of India, Opposition leader Oommen Chandy on Saturday said the party would help the LDF government take the initiative in banning terror outfits.

"The Popular Front of India was nurtured by CPI(M) and the people of Kerala are aware that the Congress Party has no tiets with it," Chandy told reporters in Kottayam.

The former Chief Minister advised CPI(M) to "rectify its mistakes' and march ahead and also analyse the steps it took in the last Assembly and Parliamentary elections.

Referring to the attack on a private college teacher in Moovattupuzha on Sunday, he said the incident had "only brought disrespect to people of Kerala".

First Published: Jul 10, 2010 20:20 IST