Vellapally revives Hindu Hope again , Moots Hindu League
Aluva: Reviving the hopes for marginalised Hindus in Kerala, SNDP leader Vellapally Nateshan yesterday mooted the idea of a political party for Hindus under the name – Hindu League.
The current move to unite Hindus under one political platform is to resist the undue advantage enjoyed by Minorities in Kerala under current scenario. Formation of Hindu league will go ahead after consulting with leaders of Hindu organizations.
Many raised eyebrows, when recently SNDP and NSS came forward to shed their enmity and differences to work together for a common Hindu cause.
“It will unite all castes and sections of the Hindu community, from Namboodiris to Adivasis, and act as a political platform of Hindus.”, Told Vellapally.
If there is Muslim League to cater the political needs of Muslims and Kerala Congress to stand behind Christians in ‘Secular Kerala’ , There is no need for any panic if a Hindu League is formed to empower Hindus.
HK prays for the success of the efforts now put forward and hope leaders behind this should never get distracted by the external agents who will try to subvert this by any means.
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