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B Upendran | HENB | Kozhikode | Aug 30, 2016:: Calling the CPM-led Kerala government ‘anti-Hindu’, the BJP has urged the Left party to withdraw itself from stances challenging the traditions of the ‘God’s own land’ and let temples function freely without any Govt interference.
BJP state general secretary M.T. Ramesh Monday said the chief minister who opposed making ‘pookkalam (flower rangoli) and the minister who is lighting ‘Nilavilakku’ (traditional lamp) are the ‘anti-Hindu faces’ of the government.
Ramesh was referring to chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s diktat against government employees using office hours for Onam celebrations and PWD minister G. Sudhakaran’s statement that lighting of ‘Nilavilakku’ and religious prayer should be avoided at government functions. But, no Govt in Kerala so far passed any comments over ‘Friday Namaj Time relaxation’ for the Govt employees in Kerala or giving ‘Iftar parties during Ramadan of New year’s Eve celebration’ of the Govt with a huge expense of public revenue.
The BJP leader said the CPM was following the lines of the Muslim League which views ‘Nilavilakku’ as a religious symbol.
Ramesh said the CPM’s stance on entry of women into Sabarimala temple was also against the Hindu beliefs. He said the CPM should leave Hindu worship places alone.
“The CPM should offer Hindus at least the freedom to choose where should they celebrate Sri Krishna Jayanthi,” he added.
The Kerala unit of BJP earlier said, “the LDF Govt is working hand to hand with the fundamental Christian and Muslim forces in Kerala to finish the Hindu organisations from Kerala’.
As a matter of fact the communists in Kerala are hatching bigger conspiracy to kill RSS, BJP and Hindutva activists and also trying to remove all Hindu traditions from the public life of Kerala in a very culpable way including the encroachments on Hindu Temple Trusts and Temple lands.