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Saturday, 07 December 2019 12.34 AM IST

'There must be gender equality in Sabarimala, will not force anyone to enter temple'; CPM Politburo rejects Kadakampally's stand

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NEW DELHI: According to the latest reports, CPM Politburo on Sunday said that gender equality must be ensured in Sabarimala. The politburo which met today in Delhi also added that the party will not force anyone to enter the temple. While criticizing Devaswom minister Kadakampally Surendran for his stand on the issue, the politburo added that the party will maintain the stand which it has been taking for the last year. Earlier, Kadakampally had remarked that Sabarimala is not a place for activists to display their activism.

According to the Politburo, the Communist party belongs to activists and Kadakampally's statement regarding this was unnecessary. It also instructed that the party should follow the stand taken by chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan. Meanwhile, Pinarayi has submitted an explanation to the PB regarding the charging of UAPA on two party members. It is learnt that the CM has assured that the government will take appropriate action once the matter comes to it legally. The politburo on Sunday reiterated its stand that the UAPA is a black law.

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