HAV protests Marxist game plan to loot Hindu temples

via HK Correspondent published on January 23, 2007

Hindus across Kerala are uneasy about the recent pronouncement of the Marxist government to take over Hindu Temples and ordinances to loot Hindu Temple funds. Many of the Marxist plans are intended to curtail temple practices, restrict traditional cultural festivals and to make Hindus easy for proselytizers.


 The Marxist government is planning to grab temple lands, gold deposits and funds for their own ideological purposes. In Kerala, the majority of Hindu temples are controlled by the government. Muslims and Christians are free to manage their mosques and churches, can run their schools, and manage their funds and property without government interference. They finance conversion activities, preach a litany of hate and turn out thousands of fanatic zealots without any government interference. 


The Marxist plan of action against Hindu temples is an unacceptable challenge to Hindus. To raise Hindu awareness and to protest Marxist plans, Hindu Ayika Vedi have decided to have several Hindu conventions across Kerala. Temple devotees across Kerala will organize mass protest in different parts of Kerala. Kummanam Rajasekharan, General Secretary of Hindu Ayka Vedi has announced that temple devotees from Trichur district will meet at Paramakavu temple ground on January 25. Temple organizations and representatives from various Hindu Associations will meet at Tirunakara Mahadeva Temple, Kottayam on January 27. On February 1, Hindu leadership conference will be held at Thiruananthapuram. 


Kummanam Rajasekharan asked the Marxist government to refrain from their nefarious activities determined to destroy Hindu temples. He demanded an explanation and details on the ordinance the Marxist government and the 15 point formula of the Marxist Devasom Minister to take over Hindu temples. 


Hindu temple is the abode of GOD, the focus for all aspects in the life of Hindus—religious, spiritual, social, cultural and educational. It is a center where God can be approached and where divine knowledge can be discovered. All aspects of Hindu life and culture revolve around Hindu temples. It is time for Hindus to join together and correct this trend of Hindu temple looting.


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