‘A Congress leader once told me that Sudhakaran had planned to kidnap my children’; Chief Minister hits back 

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has reacted to KPCC president K Sudhakaran’s statement that he was trampled while studying at Brennen College. The CM said that what Sudhakaran said was only a part of his dream.

“Sudhakaran must have wished to attack Pinarayi Vijayan. However, such a thing never happened. He may have had a hostile attitude towards me. After all, he was a student then and not the Sudhakaran we see today. He might have dreamt of trampling me. Several others too may have had wished to attack me but none of them were able to do it. There were people stronger than Sudhakaran and I’ve reached here by working through them,” the CM said.

“Sudhakaran said things that were factually incorrect. I went to the college to put an end to the clash between KSF and KSU. I was not a student of Brennen college then. That was why that clash came to an end,” Pinarayi Vijayan added.

“A Congress leader once met me and said that Sudhakaran was planning to kidnap my children. Sudhakaran’s colleagues themselves have leveled a number of allegations against him. TK Ramakrishnan, the former DCC president, had openly exposed Sudhakaran’s true character to Kerala,” he added