Kerala Prime Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for visiting a church in Delhi at Easter, saying it was a good thing if it was done as “atonement for past deeds” by the Sangh Parivar.
PM Narendra Modi visited the Sacred Heart Church at Connaught Place in Delhi on Easter Sunday evening.
Speaking to the CPIM program in Angamaly, Mr Vijayan said: “The country’s Prime Minister visited a famous Christian church in Delhi. It’s good if it can atone for everything that has been experienced so far. Will it be? Will the tiger take a different stance after knowing this taste? Will it travel differently?”
“Leaders of the Bharatiya Janata party were seen visiting all the churches in Kerala. So there is no harm here. There’s no harm in taking a different position,” he added.
Mr Vijayan also said: “Christian hunting takes place outside of Kerala. The fact that you (BJP) could not take this position here is not because the Sangh Parivar has a special minority affection here. If you take a stand together and try to create a communal conflict here, the government will take a firm stand. It’s an uncompromising position.”
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