Thiruvananthapuram: The pro-CPI(M) youth outfit Democratic Youth Federation of India would launch a campaign to "uphold secular culture" in Kerala from April 30 to May 8.
In a statement, DYFI state president M Swaraj and secretary TV Rajesh said the organisation would hold meetings across the state at the grassroot level. The aim of the campaign is to "uphold secular culture and isolate religious terrorism," the statement said.
The UDF government in Kerala was taking a soft approach towards communal forces, it alleged.
The aim of the campaign is to "uphold secular culture and isolate religious terrorism", a statement said.
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