Trivandrum, India (INS News) — Kerala State Chief Minister A.K. Antony said in the State Assembly that U.S. attack on Afganisthan would affect the the economy of the state because a good number of our population being spread through out the world.
Mr. Benoy Vishwam of the Communist Party of India moved an adjournment motion, said that impact of the war had a great implications for the state of Kerala and nation. ” Exports were stand still and the fear of anthrax was spreading like wild fire.
Opposing the admissibility of the adjournment motion move by Benoy Vishwam the impact of the war, Antony said that the cloud of war has now spread to Europe and Gulf region. There would be a toll on the state economy, if war continued. Kerala state would be most affected state in India. The war not only create an adverse effect but also push the state in to deep crisis.
Locals wanted the war to end at the earliest and India should not extend any assistance to US and its allies.
Kerala legislature was not favour of India being a party to the war wanting India not to allow the refuelling of war planes in its base.
The terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre and Pentagon and the later attack on Afghan, could not be justified, ” Kerala State Chief Minister A.K. Antony. He accused certain countries adopting a double role in the matter of fighting against terrorists,m. Some countries engaged in ant-terrorism with a concrete aim of financial benefits. He suspected that US, Russia and China had rallied against Afganisthan with heir eyes on rich oil fields.
India being the founder Member of Non-Alignment Movement, policy pursued during the time of Pandit Jawarlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi,and Rajeev Gandhi, had a great relevance today.
The Chief Minister wanted Union Government of India to try its role to end the War.