Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) will hold a protest over the Walayar sisters’ rape and murder case, malpractice in conducting PSC examination, donations for marks in universities among other issues.

Citing all these issues, KPCC will conduct a protest march to the Secretariat and district headquarters on December 20.

It will also conduct house visits from December 15 to 30 to meet people to narrate the anti-people policies of state government. KPCC leaders will also join in the house visits.

Regarding the formation of Kerala Bank, KPCC president Mullappally Ramachandran said that the state government does not have the right to start a bank.

"If government wants to start, they can start a commercial bank. Merging of district co-operative banks with Kerala Bank will destroy the co-operative sector. Congress party will move legally against it," Ramachandran said.