Ananthapuri all set to welcome Kshetra Raksha Yatra

via HK published on May 23, 2007

Thiruvananthapuram: Ananthapuri is gearing up for the grand concluding ceremony of Kshetra Raksha Yatra and the secretariat march on May 26. A loud and strong message from Hindus against the current anti- Hindu activities from Governement and to loot the temple and its resources is clearly visible from the receptions the Yatra is getting across the state. Sri Prabhakaran, the district organising Secretary of Hindu Aikya Vedi said that the district unit is fully prepared to make the concluding part of the Yatra a grand success.
The key demands raised as part of this yatra are to give the Hindu temples back to the Hindu community and stop the interference from the government to change the rituals and customs practiced in Hindu temples from age old times.  The Hindus of Kerala has now understood the opportunistic stands opted by both ruling front and opposition in Kerala and they are preparing themselves to go to any extent to protect their culture and places of worship. The arousing and thumping reception to Yatra in many places is an ample proof for this.
The Yatra which started on May 9 from Kasargod, travelled  through every nook and corner of Kerala , spreading the message of Hindu unity and need for various Hindu sects to come together to fight this minority politics.  The Yatra on its last leg will enter Thiruvananthapuram district ontoday and will proceed through Aryanad, Kattakada, Kallikad, Ottasekharamangalam, Vellarada, Karakonam, Parasala and will reach Neyyattinkara. On May 25th it will start from Neyyattinkara and will enter city via Balaramapuram, Pappanamcode, Peyad  and will reach Sree Padmanabha swami temple premises.

 With a huge Secretariat march of Hindus on May 26, the yatra will conclude with a strong message that Hindus cannot be taken for granted every time

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