Recalling that the NDA had brought forward an ordinance to validate the lapsed Bill on Triple Talaq, he sought to know why the same enthusiasm was lacking in the case of Sabarimala.Venugopal also raked up the issue of the alleged fake degreeof union Minister Smriti Irani, who is contesting against Congress chief Rahul Gandhi in Amethi, and said she had given four different statements in four elections. The Centre could have intervened in the name of faith.Hitting out at Modi and the BJP, AICC General Secretary (Organisation) K C Venugopal alleged that the party had "cheated" the devotees and "are sincere to Sabarimala only when it comes to election and China Edge banding Machine manufacturers voting".
Attacking the Left government in the state, he said it could have sought time to implement the Supreme Court verdict, but did not do so.Both the state and the centre governments were hand-in-glove in making the situation worsen.Thiruvananthapuram: The opposition Congress in Kerala Sunday attacked the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the Sabarimala issue, saying people would not tolerate the drama being played by the saffron party in the name of Lord Ayyappa and that the devotees have been "cheated".The senior Congress leader alleged that the Centre and the state were hand-in-glove for having worsened the Sabarimala issue.Has the Prime Minister or his minister ever uttered a single word on the issue in Parliament?," Venugopal asked.Senior leader Nana Patole has been appointed as observer in Thiruvananthapuram constituency, where the high profile candidate Shashi Tharoor is contesting for the party.
"In 2004, she says she passed BA."Four times, four statements.People will tolerate all kinds of drama, but using the name of Swami Ayyappa for election drama is beyond limits, " Venugopal said at a meet the press programme here. But they didnt. Sincere devotees were denied their right to pray.Referring to a purported video clipping of two SPG men carrying two big boxes into a car which was not part of the Prime Ministers convoy at Chitradurga in Karnataka, which had gone viral, Venugopal said the party had complained to the Election Commission.Referring to certain media reports that Tharoor had complained to AICC about local level leaders not campaigning for him in the constituency, Venugopal said "Those were just rumours.Who else is there to compete with the stature of Tharoor in Thiruvananthapuram ?," Venugopal asked.Both the governments were responsible for worsening the Sabarimala issue," Venugopal alleged. But they didnt. The whole country knows the Parliamentary intervention of Tharoor.Com.Keep yourself updated on Lok Sabha Elections 2019 with our round-the-clock coverage -- breaking news, updates, analyses etc all. Happy reading. I had sought legislative intervention to protect the rights of the believers. "So the BJP thinks they can capture the seat from us. What credibility does that candidate have ?," Venugopal asked.Those who allege that Rahul Gandhi ran away from Amethi have fielded someone with a fake degree."Why is the Prime Minister playing a drama over Sabarimala? I had brought up the matter in Parliament on January 4. They couldve have done this long ago.The Congress has officially asked in Parliament for legislative intervention on the Sabarimala matter, he said. Another one in 2014.The observers were appointed as the BJP was using all its machinery to fight this poll.Modi said his party and government will approach the Supreme Court, explaining the traditions of Sabarimala. What credibility does she have? You are giving the affidavit on your own educational qualification," Venugopal said.Com from Delhi university.Tharoor has never given any complaint.. Now, in 2019 she says she has not passed B. We decided to fight back and appointed observers," he said."The RSS/sangh parivar tried to disrupt the peace an tranquillity at the hilltop shrine.In 2009, it became B.Venugopal said the AICC decision to appoint a special observer in Thiruvananthapuram was to monitor the poll activities in the major constituencies."An ordinance would have been enough