RSS targets Hindu votes in Malabar, Hindu summit in Kozhikode on Feb 28
Kozhikode: When Lok Sabha polls round the corner, RSS and BJP have made new plans to win votes of Hindu community. It is reported that as Sabarimala women entry issue is the hot topic for the three fronts, RSS and BJP will use the issue as a tool in this election.
As a part of this, a mass meeting of Hindu people called ‘Haindavam’ will be organised on February 28 in Kozhikode beach. According to the organisers, the meeting aims to reveal the truth of Sabarimala issue. But it is assumed that the programme has a clear agenda related to the election.
It is reported that over 2 lakh people from Malabar will participate in the meet. Over 100 community representatives, cultural leaders and spiritual leaders will also attend the event.
In order to discuss on Sabarimala temple customs, representatives of Ulladan, Malayaray communities and Pandalam royal family will address the meeting.
Meanwhile, BJP hope that Sabarimala issue will favour them in the election. They are expecting a positive response from the public in Thrissur and Palakkad districts too.
The mass meeting of Hindu people was scheduled in Kozhikode in order to seek maximum support from the people. The organisers of the programme have started a campaign to gather maximum Hindus to attend the programme.
Earlier, BJP had stated that defence minister Nirmala Seetharaman will attend the programme. But it is learned that she will not attend the event.
Vijayendra Saraswathi, the pontiff of Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam will inaugurate the programme through video conference. Former DGP TP Senkumar and Hindu Aikyavedi state president KP Sasikala also attend the event.