Oommen chandy remained silent when Pinarayi Vijayan hunted down Sabarimala devotees: K. Surendran


Surendran added that the rally will show Kerala the reflection of the people’s sentiment against the LDF and UDF that had been ruling the state for the last 6 decades.

K. Surendran | Screengrab: Mathrubhumi News

Kasaragod: BJP’s ‘Vijaya Yathra’ will echo the sound of change in Kerala politics, said party state president K. Surendran.

Addressing the inaugural ceremony of BJP’s Vijaya Yathra, Surendran added that the rally will show Kerala the reflection of the people’s sentiment against the LDF and UDF that had been ruling the state for the last 6 decades.

“Both Oommen Chandy and A. Vijayaraghavan have started to speak about Sabarimala now. Oommen Chandy has stated that he will enact laws to safeguard the traditions of Sabarimala. But there is no other leader who remained silent about Sabarimala when protests against women entry to the hill shrine were taking place. When Pinarayi Vijayan hunted down Sabarimala devotees, Oommen Chandy resorted to criminal silence,” alleged Surendran.

The BJP leaders also said that after 60 years, both the LDF and UDF have started to discuss the politics upheld by BJP and NDA.

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