Kozhikode | The Bharatiya Janata Party in Kerala will go ahead with its ‘Theevra’ (extreme) Hindutva agenda in the wake of huge growth recorded by minority communities in the state.
Briefing mediapersons after an office bearers meet of the party, State President V Muraleedharan said the meet which concluded this evening had adopted a resolution on the issue.
He said the meet had expressed its concern over the growth recorded by Muslim community which had not adhered to family planning norms applicable to other communities in the state.
Another cause of concern was huge influx of migrant labourers including Muslims from other state. Bangladeshi Muslims were also part of the migrant labourers enhancing the strength of that community in the state.
He said the principal political formations in the state the Congress led ruling United Democratic Front and the CPIM headed Opposition Left Democratic Front were even helping them to get into voters list in the state.
If this trend continued Muslim community will outnumber the majority community in a quarter century, he said quoting the resolution.
He said the party with support by Hindu organizations such as Nair Service Society (NSS) will launch a state wide campaign against the issue.
The meet also decided to include P C Thomas faction of the Kerala Congress into the BJP led National Democratic Alliance in the state, he added.