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Sangh parivar's Sabarimala agenda uncovered; BJP & RSS sending workers to site

Sangh parivars Sabarimala agenda uncovered; BJP & RSS sending workers to site

Thiruvananthapuram: Increased evidence is coming out to prove that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and sangh parivar have made it their planned agenda to create tension in Sabarimala.

A circular issued by BJP leadersip has been uncovered, proving that they had been sending workers to violate prohibitory orders in protest, together with an RSS decision to depute more people on Sabarimala 'duty' in the name of protection of faith.

At the same time, it also became clear that the Sangh parivar was also behind the namajapa protest carried out in the Sannidhan on Suday night. The BJP directive was to send as many workers as possible from each assembly constituency. The circular carrying the signature of state BJP general secretary AN Radhakrishnan gives a list of 58 state leaders with their phone numbers, who would lead the strike from 18th to 15th December, when the nada will be closed.

State committee members from 11 districts that exclude Pathanamthitta, Alappuzha and Idukki, state council member, state office bearers of Morcha, and its regional and district office bearers are to take the lead in sending workers to the spot. Details of the modus operandi are also given in the circular.

Devaswom Board Minister Kadakampally Surendran commented that sangh parivar's conspiracy to make pre-planned trouble in Sabarimala has been unravelled through the circular.

The RSS instruction is to send 10 members to the hill with beaded garland. By the time they return, another batch is to be ready. The circular also asks them to take along even those who are not active workers of the sangh parivar.

The circular received by RSS shakhas, also mentions the names of workers who should arrive each day and the district-level office bearers who should lead the batch of workers. For each day, two or more state level leaders have also been assigned tasks.

However, what one of the arrested, Rajesh from Ernakulam, who led protests on Sunday, told senior policemen on Sunday was that he and others who gathered for namajapa protests at the sannidhanam did not belong to any organization and did not know each other. But on Monday it transpired that this Rajesh was the RSS karyavahak in Muvvattupuzha , Rajesh Gowrinandanam.

The tradition followed in Sabarimala is based on the belief that bhagvan will go into sleep with the closure of the nada to the accompaniment of rendition of harivarasanam. Thereafter no noise is permitted in sannidhanam, and therefore microphones will be switched off. Now would the devotees chant sharanam. It was in violation of this tradition that the agitators got into altercation and clashes with the police.

Evidence has also emerged of RSS workers' Facebook posts asking others not to mention the name of Muvvattupuzha karyavahak Rajesh, as it would lead to identifying the man.

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