Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Sunday slammed RSS and the Sangh Parivar for raising 'communally polarising' slogans in Thalassery. The CM said that it is unacceptable in Kerala. He was speaking after inaugurating the P Krishna Pillai Memorial Study Centre in Alappuzha.
"RSS organised a march in Thalassery. The slogans they raised were vicious and unacceptable for Keralites. What is the purpose of this? They are trying to dominate over the clothes we put on and the food we eat,” the CM said.
There is a conscious effort to divert the minds of society. Kerala is a secular state but the RSS is completely racist. They were able to implement their agenda in many parts of India. But they failed in Kerala because the state has a strong left-wing movement. RSS is going hand in glove with Congress, Pinarayi alleged.
If India lose to Pakistan in a sports match, RSS consider it as a chance to spread hatred among people, he said.