Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan earlier had accused the BJP and the RSS of conspiring to create trouble at Sabarimala as he had claimed that the protests were a “planned” and “deliberate” attempt to create an atmosphere of tension in the state.
Kerala had witnessed widespread protests by devotees after the state government made it clear that it was bound to implement the Supreme Court's verdict on entry of women of all ages into the hill shrine.
Blocking devotees from proceeding to the Ayyappa Temple and forcing them to return by creating terror was part of the RSS-Sangh Parivar's move to "destroy" Sabarimala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan charged in a Facebook post.
Asserting that his government was committed to protecting the religious beliefs and customs of different religions and places of worship, he said there was no question of succumbing to "politically motivated" efforts to create tension in the state.
The new leadership will have to fortify their organisation to booth level and regain public confidence. Time will say if Mullappally Ramachandran can usher in an era of unity and reposition the party as the only alternative in Kerala politics.
Some wrote that “Kashmiri Muslims have angered Satisar” and “Satisar finally realised that it is enough” and drowned all Kashmiris living in the Valley. It is said Kashmir was once a huge water body called Satisar.