BJP’s deliberate attempts behind move to isolate Kanakadurga
Malappuram: Bindu and Kanakadurga, the two women aged below 50 who entered Sabarimala Temple last month, said attempts to isolate Kanakadurga is being converted to make it as a family issue. They alleged in a press conference that BJP and some other parties are using the younger brother of Kanakadurga to tag all issues as family problem.
They are working to isolate us and compelling to leave Malappuram. There were no issues in the family before visiting Sabarimala. The problems occurred after that. Kanakadurga said that BJP’s strong pressure was behind this.
Some media and channels are spreading baseless news. Bindu said that some people say that I was compelled to go to Sabarimala and I am ignoring Kanakadurga after that.
“My brother told the society to fight against me. He kept a sanitary pad inside my bag which was taken to Sabarimala, captured video and spread it among public. My husband hasn’t said that he will not let me enter his house or not live with me,” said Kanakadurga.
Both of them requested that all progressive people in Kerala should come forward to help them to see their children and return to their lives.
Bindu said that they personally know three other people who had darshan in Sabarimala. Kanakadurga said she will take legal action to get back her child and against media which spreads fake news.