Kasargod: Leftist government's efforts to implement SC verdict will fail - Yeddyurappa

Daijiworld Media Network - Kasargod (SP)

Kasargod, Nov 9: "All efforts being made by the leftist government of Kerala headed by Pinarayi Vijayan to implement in Toto the Supreme Court's verdict on Sabarimala that was delivered without taking into account the sentiments of the devotees, will not succeed," predicted former chief minister of Karnataka, B S Yeddyurappa.

He was speaking after inaugurating Sabarimala Protection Rath Yatra' launched by the National Democratic Alliance coalition in Kerala at Lord Madanantheshwara Siddivinayaka temple at Madhur in the district on Thursday November 8.

Yeddyurappa blamed Kerala government for inciting the people in the matter of allowing entry of women into Sabarimala Lord Ayyappa shrine. He called upon the state government to wake up to the popular opinion of the people in general, file appeal against the verdict in the Supreme Court and solve the issue.

"Tipu Sultan had demolished several temples in Kerala coast. He also had attacked the temple at Madhur. In spite of bitter truths like these, Karnataka government unfortunately has stuck to its decision to go ahead with celebration of Tipu Jayanti," he lamented.

BJP district unit president, K Srikanth, honoured Yeddyurappa by draping a shawl around him. Karnataka leader of the opposition in legislative council, Kota Srinivas Poojary, predicted that Kerala is set to be transformed with the religious sentiments of the people getting recognized. He felt that governments should desist from taking decisions which hurt the faith of the people in religious and belief systems. He felt that this problem would not have arisen if the state government had put forth affective arguments in the Supreme Court.

Veteran BJP MLA, O Rajagopal, presided over the programme. BJP Kerala state unit president and advocate, P S Sridharan Pillai, who is leading the Rath Yatra, convener of BDJS, Tushar Vellapalli, Raveesh Tantry Kuntaru, K Surendran, and P K Krishnadas spoke on the occasion.

Dakshina Kannada MP, Nalin Kumar Kateel, BJP national joint organizing secretary, B L Santhosh, Subhash Vasu, Rajan Kannattu Kuruvilla Mathew, M Mehboob, V V Rajendran, Mangaluru MLA, Vedavyas Kamath, and several others were present.


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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Blaming others is easy than suggesting right solution to the problem.

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  • Santan Mascarenhas, Kinnigoli/Mumbai

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Open challenge to SC order and SC is silent. Is it Justice Loya's death effect ?

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  • Rampanna, Udupi

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Mr. Yeddy, do you think people and Governments of this country have the option to decide as to whether the verdict of Supreme court is to be adhered or not? If the Executive branch of this country has that choice, then why do we even need a Supreme court. Let M/s Yeddy, Shah and Modi decide every constitutional question.

    Moreover, what is the ‘sentiment’ BS you politicians keep talking about?

    If unfair / unconstitutional practices are to be upheld by the Supreme court / Governments, then why did we ban ‘untouchability’ several decades ago? And if sentiment is the guide for judgement (rather than constitutional propriety), I can bet that more than three-quarters of all current & ex-MLAs / MPs would be sitting in prison.

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  • Santan Mascarenhas, Kinnigoli/Mumbai

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Sometimes I wonder what type of SC judges we have, politicians are openly challenging the SC order and these judges are silent.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Forget votes, Yeddi won't get a drop of water from Malayalis.

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  • GD, Udupi

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Time to retire.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    After being rejected by people of Karnataka, Yeddyurappa is trying his luck in Kerala ...

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  • Ganapathy Bhat, Uppinangadi

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Yeddiappa, where is Shobaakka? PANANDEY PAARA! Forget about politics your JODI is awesome.

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    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Naseeb Accha hai Shivamogga bye Election beta mushkeel se jeetha,nai tho aap ka political carrier katham ho tha tha...

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  • Ajay, Kallianpur

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    BJP trying desperately to get a foothold in Kerala

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  • vishnu bhat, bangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    now Yeddy has become a legal and social expert, that too on matters pertaining to Kerala!

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  • Sandesh Kanchan, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Shameless Yeddy!!! If you cannot respect the the country's highest Court's order, what else can you respect!!!! Gutter politics by these useless fellows is destroying the country.

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  • rt, mangalore

    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    Supreme court judges recently held a press meet and has proved that they are not the ultimate. When there are lots of women related issues pending, why SC has given quick judgement on this matter. Without considering peoples reaction.

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    Fri, Nov 9 2018

    This useless leader is openly going against the Supreme Court order
    Catch him and put him in Jail
    There is enough evidence

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  • Rampanna, Udupi

    Fri, Nov 9 2018


    No Mr. D'Souza - based on Yeddy's own logic, you don't need evidence anymore. Courts are to pass judgments based 'sentiments'. And your sentiment and my sentiment says that he is guilty and hence sent to prison.

    Simple Kangaroo court is enough. Why bother with High Court, Supreme Court, appeal and reviews.

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