THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A meeting of Hindu community organisations, convened by the government on Saturday in the wake of the Sabarimala issue, decided to form a human wall by women from Kasargod to the state capital on January 1.
The programme titled ‘Don’t make Kerala a lunatic asylum again’ is in the wake of protests by a small section of society against ending discrimination towards women, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who chaired the meeting, said.
Around 170 representatives of various communities attended the meeting. The NSS did not take part in it. The SNDP Yogam was represented by general secretary Vellappally Natesan.
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