Common sense strikes Malayalis only later, says Sreedharan Pillai 

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PS Sreedharan Pillai | Photo: Mathrubhumi

Thiruvananthapuram: Governor of Goa P S Sreedharan Pillai lashed out at Kerala by saying that Malayalis will always act with common sense only later. He was addressing the closing ceremony of the Ananthapuri Hindu ‘Mahasammelan’ of Hindu Dharma Parishad on Sunday.

Even after the national emergency in 1977, Kerala voted for autocratic rule unlike other states. But, later corrected the mistake, said Sreedharan Pillai. The leaders of both left and Congress had banished the programme at Sivagiri when Narendra Modi, who was the Chief Minister of Gujarat at that time, arrived there. The same ministers and Chief Minister had gone to meet Modi in Delhi.

Sreedharan also asserted that the temple entry proclamation was not a part of history but intrinsic to Hindu renaissance.

Union Minister V Muraleedharan alleged that uttering the word ‘Hindu’ is perceived as an offence in the current political scenario. He was speaking over the arrest of PC George after his controversial speech.

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