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Govt harbouring plans to take over mutt: BJP

Press Trust of India

Posted: Jan 21, 2005 at 1230 hrs IST

BJP general secretary L Ganesh today accused the Tamil Nadu government of having plans to take over the Kanchi mutt and said the taking control of the Veerashaiva mutt at Kumbakonam was a prelude to the process.

Ganesh said that this act of the government was a prelude to the taking over of the Kanchi mutt. First they wanted to strike at the Veerashaiva mutt and see for themselves the response of the Hindu devotees, he said.

The government should quit the mutt and temple and the administration should be 'freed from its clutches'.

The Tamil Nadu government claims that it was secular. Then why are they interested in Hindu institutions?, he asked, condemning the act of the government.

Ganeshan, who in charge of Kerala, is touring the various districts.

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