As the well-said proverb goes, what goes comes to back to you at some point or the other. Your evil intentions does make you pay back for all that you have committed. These lines perfectly go well with the Kerala Chief Minister and his intentions. The on-going Sabarimala tensions have been disturbing its devotees since a very long time now and the Kerala Government adding more fire is the worst part.
To trap the Kerala CM into deeper pit, the death of a protester during Sabarimala protests, Kerala police submitted its report saying his death was a ‘pre-planned murder’ adding a twist to the tale.
The protester “Chandran Unnithaan”, who was hit by a stone during the violence among Sabarimala Karma Samithi workers and CPM cadre, took his last breath at the Believers church hospital Thiruvalla. Karma Samithi, an umbrella organisation of pro-Hindutva organisations held a protest march in the city after two women in their menstruating age entered the Lord Ayyappa shrine on the 2nd of January. Huge protests broke out after he succumbed to injuries in Pathanamthitta.
Regarding the case, the police had arrested two Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) workers in connection with Unnithaan’s death. Adding to the chaos the Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, had issued a statement that Unnithaan died of a heart attack and not due to the injuries he sustained in the clashes. Now that the case has turned with a major twist, what will be the Kerala CM’s reaction about it? Will he stick on to his old statement?
These clashes encouraged by the CPM workers have been a everyday story in the state of Kerala. The Communist party has its name involved in every possible crime that includes the ones working for good. And the CM of Kerala has nothing to do about these crimes. Kerala and its present CM have been receiving nation wide outrage regarding the same issue since a long time.
Karma Samithi had declared a statewide shutdown in Kerala in the aftermath of Unnithaan’s death and to protest the entry of Bindu and Kanakadurga (both in their 40’s) in the inner sanctum of the Sabarimala temple. As many as 1369 people have been arrested and more than 717 were detained under preventive measures in the aftermath of hartal-related violence after two women of menstruating age entered the temple.
Source: Timesnow news