Following their victory in the Kerala local body polls, the LDF has decided not to let the momentum die down. Considering this, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan will participate in public rallies across the state aiming to make sure that they return to power. The event, dubbed ‘Kerala Paryadanam’, will start from Kollam from Tuesday, December 22, and it is planned in such a way to camp in every district.
It has two main purposes. One is to make sure that their victory doesn’t die down, at least until the assembly elections next year. This way Pinarayi Vijayan, who was criticised for being absent during the local poll campaigning, will be able to spearhead the project. The second matter is that it will give the LDF a chance to interact with each district to collect information that can go into their manifesto. This would also help them create a space where they can rework the narrative that has been made about the current government.
Following a meeting, the LDF convener A Vijayaraghavan told media persons that it is imperative that they win in order to continue the governmental, social welfare and developmental projects that have been started during this term.
The CM will be visiting 13 districts over the course of eight days starting from December 22. No visits will be organised on December 25, and the officials have informed that the date for Idukki will be fixed later.