Kozhikode: BJP state general secretary MT Ramesh said that BJP will violate the new guideline issued by the police to take pass for all vehicles reaching Sabarimala. He alleged that people don't have to oblige to the undemocratic orders. Ramesh was speaking at the Sabarimala Samrakshana Rathayathra. Thousands of pilgrims' vehicles will go to Sabarimala without passes when the hill temple reopens for the mandala poojas. Let Pinarayi Vijayan block...

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