CM acts as fuel supplier to BJP: Chennithala
Thiruvananthapuram: Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala said that the chief minister and the government are engaged in fuel supply for the BJP. What renaissance have they achieved by helping two women to enter Sabarimala other than satisfying the obstinacy of the chief minister, he asked. The chief minister’s arrogance was implemented by making the women enter the temple at midnight.
The chief minister gave way to BJP violence. Both the government and the BJP held the public as captives. Bindu and Kanakadurga arrived at Sabarimala disguising as men. Policemen from Kannur who are CPM supporters also accompanied them in civil dress.
The incident has made deep wounds in the minds of devotees in and outside Kerala. Pinarayi Vijayan should not think that the wound will heal in the near future. The young women are allowed the right to worship and not the activists, Chennithala said.
The chief minister is acting as the party secretary. The women wall lacked sufficient participation. The wall was broken in many places. Only less than 15 lakh women took part in the wall. It is not a historic event as claimed by the CM, he added.
Even if two persons are fielded in 1 metre space or five persons in two metre, a 600 km wall can be built with 15 lakh women. But they claim that 50 lakh women participated in it. Videos of wall broken in many places are going viral on social media. With 55 lakh persons, a wall can be built from Thiruvananthapuram to Mumbai, he said.