Achuthanandan stated that corruption in Commonwealth Games organisation, spectrum allotment and failure to check prices of essential commodities were some of the hallmarks of the government.
Kerala chief minister and senior CPI-M leader VS Achuthanandan today slammed the Congress-led UPA government stating that corruption in Commonwealth Games organisation, Specturam allotment and failure to check prices of essential commodities were some of the hallmarks of the government.
The situation in Jammu and Kashmir was very bad, terrorism was on increase and Centre had failed to provide security to the life and property of the people, Achuthanandan said while addressing a meet the press programme here.
On the contrary, the CPI-M led LDF government in Kerala had initiated several welfare and development programmes and as a result of that the LDF expected to perform very well in the coming local bodies elections slated for next month.
"The Congress-led UDF need not harbor any dream that they could repeat the victory it had during the last Lok Sabha polls," Achuthanandan said.
Both in West Bengal and Kerala, congress's campaign that CPI-M had lost its strength was not going to work, CPI-M veteran said while asked about the remark of congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi that CPI-M still follows dead principle.
Asserting that CPI-M would not have any tie up with any tpe of commual forces, Achuthanandan said LDF would not have any poll adjustments with PDP of Madani, an accused in Bangalore blast case.
On pastrol letters read out in Churches, Achuthanandan said some priests were trying to mislead the people against the government. 'But ordinary people knew about the LDF and its policies', Achuthanandan added. The effort of Church was not going succeed, he said.