Okay Surendran is BJP’s candidate for Pathanamthitta, the Kerala Lok Sabha seat wherein the Sabarimala temple is positioned. The seat is among the closely-watched constituencies in Kerala, which fits to polls on 23 April.
Surendran used to be at the leading edge of the protests towards the Sabarimala verdict, which had resulted in standard protests in Kerala. That is the important thing ballot factor on which he has campaigned within the district.
The BJP chief had referred to as the protests a golden opportunity, a transparent signal the celebration has consciously leveraged the problem in hopes of in the end profitable a seat within the state. On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi’s determination to contest from Wayanad, which has consolidated the dispirited Congress fleet, has affected those hopes a little bit.
“Sabarimala is a a very powerful factor for us. There are different building problems like ingesting water, however Sabarimala can’t be not noted,” Surendran advised NDTV.
Consistent with NDTV, there are 245 police circumstances registered towards him, all of that are associated with violence at Sabarimala and makes an attempt to forestall access of girls beneath the age of 50. Surendran has circumstances in virtually the entire districts in Kerala, The NewsMinute reported. He used to be arrested in November 2018 for making an attempt to go into the temple towards police orders.
In his initial affidavit, Surendran had claimed there have been most effective 20 circumstances towards him.
Surendran has previously contested two times from the Kasargode Lok Sabha seat and as soon as from the Manjeswaram meeting seat, however hasn’t ever received.
In Pathanamthitta, Surendran is up towards LDF’s Veena George, an MLA from Aranmula, and UDF’s Anto Antony, a two-time MP from the seat.