NSS: Kerala state govt made a planned move to impose atheism on people

Jan 07, 2019, 08:30 IST | Agencies

Noting that protecting the faith of any religious denomination is essential for existence of mankind, NSS General Secretary G Sukumaran Nair said the Sabarimala issue was linked to all religions

NSS: Kerala state govt made a planned move to impose atheism on people
BJP workers hurl bricks and stones at the CPI office, in Palakkad, Kerala. Pic/PTI

An organisation of Kerala's forward Nair community attacked the CPI(M)-led state government over the entry of women into the Sabarimala temple, accusing it of making a planned move to impose atheism on the people, and called upon all religious bodies to make peaceful efforts to protect their faith.

Lashing out at the government, the Nair Service Society (NSS) alleged that the government was responsible for the violence in the state after two women in the menstrual age group entered the Lord Ayyappa temple.

Noting that protecting the faith of any religious denomination is essential for existence of mankind, NSS General Secretary G Sukumaran Nair said the Sabarimala issue was linked to all religions.

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