Kerala Election 2021: Revenge of husband’s murder, justice for daughters… These three women candidates are very special

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Latika is contesting as an independent candidate from Etamunnur seat in her hometown Kottayam district, while Rema is contesting from Vadkara constituency in Kozhikode with the support of the Congress-led UDF.

Former Congress leader Latika Subhash. (File Photo)

The campaigning for the Assembly elections in Kerala on April 6 is in full swing and in the meantime three women candidates have attracted the attention of the people, who are contesting elections in the state for various reasons. His election campaign may not be as vigorous as other people, but his candidature itself remains the subject of debate and discussion among the public.

Three women – former Congress leader Latika Subhash, mother of the Waliyar sisters and KK Rema, wife of late RMP leader TP Chandrasekaran – are contesting for three different reasons. More than winning elections, their priority is seen as male supremacy in political parties, murderous politics and quick justice for the exploited daughters.

Latika has stepped into the electoral arena to oppose male supremacy and inappropriate behavior in her party, while KK Rema wants to continue her fight against the ruling CPI-M’s murderous politics through her candidature. After Chandrasekaran’s death, Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP) leader Rema believes that some leaders and activists of the Marxist Party are involved in the murder of her husband.

Mother of Walayar girls in the election ground against the Chief Minister

Latika is contesting as an independent candidate from Etamunnur seat in her hometown Kottayam district, while Rema is contesting from Vadkara constituency in Kozhikode with the support of the Congress-led UDF. The mother of the Waliyar girls wants justice for her daughters who were hanged in 2017 under suspicious circumstances in a hut in Palakkad district. She is contesting from Dharmadham constituency. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan is also contesting from this seat.

Latika said that she is completely confident about her victory. Latika, 56, said she was denied a ticket for being a woman. The mother of the Valyar girls is in the fray against the Chief Minister and she says that she is contesting against the alleged refusal by the Left Front government to give justice. The girls’ mother said that my priority is not success or failure in the election. My daughters should get justice. All the accused should be punished. I hope that the society will stand with me in my fight.

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