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1/ Highlights from #Kodiyeri 's presser on #AlavalathiReturns
2/ BJP-RSS is trying to destabilise LDF govt in #Kerala through their fake propaganda of "left terror" & "jihadi terror"
3/ Sanghparivar is utilising national visual media to spread this baseless allegation. Challenging RSS to prove this.
4/ RSS claims Hindus are unable to survive in Kerala. Even 90 yr old RSS stalwart P Parameshwaran who lives here, hasn't said this
5/ Minorities & their places of worship are secure in Kerala; CPI(M) or LDF govt does not compromise with any form of extremism
6/ Any attempt to disturb law & order will be dealt firmly by not just the state but by the civil society of Kerala
7/ Fake propaganda against #Kerala is merely a distraction from the failures of Modi govt.
8/ Fuel prices were hiked on 16 instances in the last 3 years, at a time when crude oil prices have crashed. LPG prices on 10 instances
9/ Noteban & GST rollout has thrown the lives of ordinary people into disarray. This communal propaganda is a distraction from all that.
10/ RSS violence in Kerala started with the 1970 Thalassery riots. Since then 527 CPI(M) workers and 185 RSS workers have died till date.
11/ As the ruling party at the centre BJP must take the lead in establishing peace, instead they are actively promoting violence.
12/ After Shah became party boss there were 600 instances of communal trouble in UP. Kummanam and Shah wants to create this atmosphere here
13/ This yatra is packed with leaders from other states; it must be embarrassing to show faces of Kerala BJP leaders who are mired in scams
14/ And lastly, a word about all the BJP workers imported from other states to participate in #AlavalathiReturns

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More specifically, it was the handiwork of Malayala Manorama to bring down chief minister K Karunakaran of INC, as part of the factional fight within INC.
For months Malayalam print media, taking the lead from Manorama, splashed made up bullshit on their front pages - about the ISRO guys’ “espionage activities” and their liaisons with sexy foreign agents. Their lives were trashed just to settle an intra-party factional feud.
The top buzzword in Kerala media in 1994, when this hitjob happened?


Yup, not kidding!
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This cute little set of cartoons by @pencilashan perfectly captures the sense of togetherness that is binding Kerala - and honours all the good people from everywhere who are helping us overcome this crisis and #RebuildKerala ❤️
+ “Our own Navy!”

Really, Kerala is indebted to our fishermen; heroes who literally came out of the sea like the mythical Poseidon’s soldiers and saved the day ❤️
+ “As always, Indian army to the rescue!” ❤️

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I’m a debt-averse person in general. The kind who uses a credit card like a debit card; who tries not to take on mortgages or in the worst case close them as fast as possible.
But there is one debt that I will continue to carry forever, no matter how much ever I pay it back.
That is the debt of gratitude to this beautiful, tiny, wet, green strip of land called Kerala.
I am what I am because of the goodness that this land and it’s people; and its libraries, schools, colleges and newspapers have infused in me.
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- 5 BSF teams
- 35 Indian Coast Guard teams
- 25 Indian Army Engineering teams
- 58 Kerala Fire Force boats
- 3200 Kerala Fire Force staff
- 40000 Kerala Police
- 600 fishing boats
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To smoothen out administrative matters, a cabinet minister each is assigned to each district.
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There are many charities and organisations collecting funds for #KeralaFloodRelief - thanks to everybody who organised / donated, you're all awesome!

I personally donated to @CMOKerala 's Disaster Relief Fund (CMDRF).

Why did I choose CMDRF?
Kerala CMDRF is operated by the Finance Secretary GoK, through the CMDRF bank account in SBI Trivandrum.

Does this mean that this IAS officer can operate this on his whims?


This financial authority is delegated to officers in each tier of CMDRF.

Does this mean beneficiaries have to go and meet these officers and/or local politicians to get CMDRF funds?


CMDRF is completely direct to the beneficiary; and beneficiaries are paid out via direct bank transfer.

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