‘Hindu’ is COMMUNAL,Hindu’s money is ‘SECULAR’

via HK published on March 16, 2007

Thiruvananthapuram:In the current fiscal year Secular Kerala’s treasury was filled with Rs 268 crore solely by the revenue from Temples under Travancore Devaswom Board, Cochin Devaswom Board and Guruvayur Devaswom Board Says, Devaswom Minister Sudhakaran in reply to a written reply in Kerala Assembly. This was excluding the revenue of temples under the Hindu Religious Endowment Department that looks after most temples in North Kerala.


The Travancore Devaswom Board, which manages the temples in south Kerala including the famous Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala, earned Rs 181.29 crore against Rs 158.75 crore it received the previous year.The earnings of the Cochin Devaswom Board, under which come the temples in central Kerala including the Vadakkumnathan temple in Thrissur, totalled Rs 30.54 crore till October this fiscal.The Sree Krishna temple at Guruvayur, which has its own Devaswom for administration, earned Rs 54.90 crore and Koodalmanikyam temple in Irinjalakkuda in Thrissur district received Rs 1.22 crore.


Why not the Government which claims to be the saviours of Temple and brings ordinances to make the Temple loot easier, comes in open with the accounts showing How much money is being utilized for the maintainence of Temples and for the welfare of Temple employees. How they spend the rest of the huge amount?  It’s the right of each and every Hindu to know in what all ways their money is used or misused.


Temple revenue to treasury is increasing every year, but the condition of Hindus in the state is deteriorating year! The very term Hindu is COMMUNAL for the Communist Government at the same time, money of Hindu is SECULAR!

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