Pinarayi Vijayan on Sabarimala sentiment

Pinarayi Vijayan on Sabarimala sentiment

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan during a special interview with Gulf News in in Abu Dhabi.

Abu Dhabi: Some individuals protesting against the Sabarimala Supreme Court verdict on the streets usually do not represent public opinion, Pinarayi Vijayan, Kerala’s chief minister, told Gulf News on Wednesday evening within an exclusive interview in the administrative centre.

&ldquo ends;}You shouldn’t be misled by 10 or 20 individuals who pose while watching [visual] media. They don’t represent the general public opinion,” he said at Dusit Thani Hotel.

“ Some individuals are obstructing and attacking the devotees, and policemen who protect the devotees at Shabarimala. The normal people shall not trust these evil acts.”

-Pinararyi Vijayan, Kerala’s chief minister

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The most people in Kerala the stand by position the constant state government’} s take on this presssing issue. “They think that ideas of renaissance and social reforms strongly, and values of secularism ought never to be hurt. They are almost all. Others are lower in number,” Vijayan said.

“That is an unfortunate situation. The incidents in Kerala are deliberately orchestrated by the RSS [Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh] and BJP [Bharatiya Janata Party] that rule the country. They’re challenging the Supreme Court verdict that nullified certain provision of law, that was unconstitutional,” the principle minister said.

He said the federal government will exercise its constitutional duty to implement the Supreme Court (SC) verdict.

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 “Following the SC verdict, some forces are deliberately wanting to disrupt the peaceful environment and the statutory law and order in hawaii.  The devotees of Lord Ayyappa [the deity at Sabarimala] can’t be blamed because of this situation. They go for praying to Lord Ayyappa. They’ll not face any nagging problems,” Vijayan said.

He said it’s the state government’s legal duty to own pilgrims facilities and protection. “The national government will exercise that duty. Some social folks are obstructing and attacking the devotees, and policemen who protect the devotees at Sabarimala. The normal people shall not trust these evil acts,” the principle minister said.