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According to the party brass, the yatras have fired up the grassroots workers while putting the ruling CPM and the LDF Government completely on the defensive.
He said both the CPM and the BJP are playing a dangerous game by dividing the society on communal basis.
In the meantime our mission will be to expose in public domain the shameful abuse of power by the Minister,” added Firos.
Law Minister AK Balan, who had earlier gone public with his disagreement with the government position, was not invited for the meeting.
He said the maintenance of approach roads to Sabarimala is moving slowly and there are complaints contractors are backing out following the delay in payments.
Sabarimala issue: Government should take a decision favouring interests of devotees, says Chennithala
At this juncture, the Chief Minister should give up his stubborn attitude and show a magnanimity to handle the situation amicably, said Chennithala.
He called upon the government not to stick on to technicalities of Supreme Court not staying the judgment of September 28 on the entry of women but take a mature decision.
He was speaking after inaugurating the march of KPCC publicity chairman K Muraleedharan from Thiruvananthapuram to Pathanamthitta to protect the customs and rituals of Sabarimala.
The state Congress will conduct a Renaissance meet on November 12.
Meanwhile, considering a writ petition in the brewery allocation issue, the High Court ordered there was no need for a probe into the matter as the decision had been revoked.
A source said the accused would move for anticipatory bail and his phone is found to be switched off.
Generally, such appointments are conducted after giving advertisements about the vacancy in leading dailies.
It was the UDF cabinet that decided to give two acres of land at Nettukalthery Open Prison to Chinthalaya Vidyalaya on lease.
There is no confusion in either the party or the UDF regarding Sabarimala and the UDF are with the believers and devotees, he added.
The enquiry is over the allegation of corruption in allotting prison department’s land to a private trust during Ramesh Chennithala's tenure as home minister in the previous UDF government.