Tuesday, August 30, 2016

If CPM feels anti-Hindu stand is secularism, they will have to repent in future: Kummanam

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP State chief Kummanam Rajasekharan has said if the CPM thinks that their anti-Hindu stand will create an impression that the party is secular, it will have to repent for it later.  

In his Facebook page, Kummanan says CPM has celebrated Sree Krishna Jayanti and Chattampi Swami Jayanti simultaneously and at the same time declared that there was no need for prayers. CPM State Secretary came up with the instruction that one need to celebrate Sreekrishna Jayanthi only in temples. Then what was the need for the CPM to hold processions?

Kummanam alleges that ministers and leaders were involved in unnecessary controversies to hide the failures of the LDF government. The government has not been able to make available text books in classrooms in Kerala even months after the school reopened. The government has almost come to a standstill.

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