Modi had earlier said on Friday in an interview that Indian Muslims will live and die for the nation and will not dance to the tune of al-qaeda.
Mr Chandy said on the sidelines of a district-level Congress convention in Kerala, “Any body can change at any time. I am not objecting to that. But he should be ready to think realistically beyond politics”.
BJP was on the back-foot after its ‘love-jihad’ card delivered worst in the recently held by-polls.
Mr. Chandy added, “The Congress party might have been voted out of power in the Lok Sabha polls. But that did not mean the party was out. It had bounced back after identifying and rectifying its mistakes. The 100-day Modi Government had already got a shocker as the Congress achieved a spectacular victory by capturing seats in the bypolls to the Rajasthan and Gujarat Assemblies”.