Perunna: BJP state president Kummanam Rajashekharan has said that differences of opinion between the party and Nair Service Society (NSS), if any, would be cleared through talks.
Talking to reporters Saturday at the NSS headquarters in Perunna near Changanasserry, where he arrived in connection with Mannam birth anniversary celebrations, Kummanam said if any words or actions have hurt the organization of state’s influential Hindu Nair community, it would be corrected.
In his meeting with Kummanam, NSS General Secretary G Sukumaran Nair expressed concern over frequent insults of NSS by a section of BJP activists.
Kummanam’s comments come a day after Sukumaran Nair accused that a section of BJP leaders of trying to intimidate it and interfere in its affairs. Amid the efforts by Sangh Parivar to bring in various Hindu outfits in Kerala into its fold, the NSS chief said those who are clad in saffron need not entertain any illusion that NSS could be wrapped in saffron. He was speaking at the inaugural function of the 139th birthday of its founder and social reformer Mannath Padmanabhan.
Kummanam paid floral tributes at Mannam Samaadhi, where he was accompanied by BJP leaders V. Muraleedharan and P.K. Krishnadas.