SP Yatish Chandra told the clergyman that private autos couldn’t continue to Sabarimala as there were limitations set up.
Pon Radhakrishnan, the Union clergyman of State for Finance and Shipping from Tamil Nadu is at Sabarimala, challenged at the Sabarimala sannidhanam on Wednesday against the express government’s prohibitory requests.
As indicated by sources, the pastor remained at the Ayyappa Seva Samajam office at the sanndihanam for at some point in the night, subsequent to declining the administration visitor house.
On Wednesday morning, he had landed in an administration vehicle at the construct camp in light of Nilakkal where he had a squabble with Superintendent of Police Yatish Chandra who revealed to him that just the priest’s vehicle could be permitted and not the company of autos alongside him. The SP and others officers told the pastor that the private vehicles couldn’t continue to Sabarimala as there were confinements set up and just government run KSRTC transports were permitted.
At the point when Yatish Chandra preceded him, the Minister asked him for what reason private vehicles were not permitted towards Pamba. In recordings of the fight, the cop can be heard saying, “The majority of the parking spots in Pamba have been obliterated amid the surges and avalanches. There are odds of avalanche there, even at this point. So we can’t enable vehicles to be stopped there.”
At the point when the priest inquired as to why private vehicles were not being permitted and just KSRTC transports, Yatish Chandra answered that the transports were permitted there as they were not stopped there and would come back from Pamba after each excursion.
“Be that as it may, KSRTC transports are not stopped there. On the off chance that we enable private vehicles to go and stop there, car influxes will be there. Are you willing to assume liability for the majority of this?” the cop at that point inquires.
The priest at that point countered that he could give no such certification. At the point when Yatish Chandra said that nobody willing to assume liability was the issue, Kerala BJP pioneer A Radhakrishnan who was going with the clergyman lost his cool. He yelled at the officer asking how could he affront a priest.
“You (police) are pointlessly pestering lovers. Why just KSRTC (Kerala State Road Transport Corporation) vehicles are being permitted till Pamba? This isn’t useful for Sabarimala pioneers. Private vehicles ought to likewise be permitted,” the priest could be heard saying.
“I came as a lover. I am an ordinary here and am extremely vexed about the limitations. For what reason are you putting undue weight on lovers?” the pastor inquired.
Following this, Pon Radhakrishnan took a KSRTC transport upto Pamba from where he moved up to Sabarimala and offered his supplications. At around 10:30 pm on Wednesday, the clergyman left for the sanctuary from the Ayyappa seva office to partake in a Nama Japa dissent, following which the place of worship was shut for the night.
Despite the fact that the clergyman expressed that his purpose behind declining the state settlement and vehicle was to visit the sanctuary simply like everyone who did not appreciate these offices, he additionally clarified that it was his method for denoting his challenge against the prohibitory requests forced by the area organization.
The priest moved down from the sannidhanam post 11 pm around the same time.