Kerala minister rejects Karnataka deputy CM’s claim of animal sacrifice

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Thiruvananthapuram. Kerala Higher Education and Social Justice Minister R. Bindu on Friday rejected Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister D.K. Shivakumar’s claim that animal sacrifice was performed near a temple in north Kerala against him, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and the Congress government. Bindu said such things will not happen in Kerala. The minister also said that efforts are being made to take the society in other parts of the country into a dark age.

He said, “We need to investigate whether such attempts are being made in our state as well.” Shivakumar claimed on Thursday that a ritual called “Shatru Bhairavi Yajna” is performed in a temple in Kerala, in which animals are sacrificed. He said that this ritual was performed against him (Shivakumar), Siddaramaiah and the Congress government in Karnataka.
Without revealing any name, he alleged that some political people in Karnataka are doing this and for this advice is being taken from Aghoris.

He had claimed, “Shatru Bhairavi Yajna is being performed for Shatru Samhaar (destruction of enemies) near Rajarajeshwari temple in Kerala. For this yagna, ‘pancha bali’ (five types of sacrifices) are being offered… 21 goats, three buffaloes, 21 black sheep, five pigs… Aghoris are being contacted.”

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