Thiruvananthapuram: BJP leader K Surendran, who was released from Poojapuraprison on Saturday morning, stated that he was only concerned over the violation of customs in Sabarimala. He was addressing the media here. He asserted that he will continue to take part in peaceful protests including 'Namajapa'. The BJP leader declared that he will continue to protest against violation of centuries old customs in Sabarimala. “I don't feel guilty ... (Date:12/08/2018 07:56) Read full article >>

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