BJP chief K.K. Surendran (K. Surendran) said that ISIS is targeting Hindu-Christian girls. If Love is not Jihad, then why are they sending Couples to Syria?
Kerala BJP state president K. Surendran. (File photo)
During the Kerala Assembly election campaign in Kerala, a separate controversy has been created by a constituent of the ruling LDF commenting on the issue of ‘converting on the pretext of marriage’. Kerala Congress (M) leader Jose K. Mani’s statement was made by the Kerala Catholic Bishops Council (KCBC) Has supported and said that ‘Love Jihad is a reality in the state’. On this, state BJP chief K.K. Surendran (K. Surendran) said that Mani’s statement has proved that the issue the BJP is raising is not wrong.
Surendran said on Tuesday, “Not only BJP and Hindus, Christian community also feels that love jihad is a serious issue in Kerala. There have been many such incidents in the state, but they have not been investigated. He added, “ISIS (Islamic State) is targeting Hindu-Christian girls, especially girls. If Love Is Not Jihad, Why Are They Sending Couples To Syria? In our manifesto, we have clearly stated that if we come to power, we will enact a law against love jihad. “
Mani gave this statement on the issue of love jihad
Actually, Mani, who is contesting from the Christian-dominated Pala assembly seat, raised this issue during a TV program on Sunday. In response to a question, he said, “If any such issue comes up, it should be investigated and resolved. Still, there are many doubts among people about it, so it should be studied with clarity. ” However, Mani on Monday pulled his foot back on the issue as he felt that other constituents of the LDF, including the CPI and the CPI-M, would not like it.
CM Pinarayi Vijayan stays away from the case
KCBC The spokesman of Father Jacob Palakappillai welcomed Mani’s statement. At the same time, when the response of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was sought on this matter, he said that he had no knowledge of such a statement of the Kerala Congress leader. Vijayan said, “You should ask them about this.” Polling for the 140 assembly seats of Kerala will be held in a phase on April 6 and the votes will be counted on May 2. The state currently has a CPI (M) -led Left Democratic Front (LDF) government.
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