BJP's E Sreedharan Says Voters Washing, Touching His Feet Part of Indian Culture, Expression of Respect
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP's) shock contender for the Palakkad body electorate in Kerala for the forthcoming Assembly political race, E Sreedharan dismissed analysis from resistance over pictures of allies washing his feet and said it was important for Indian culture. He said there was nothing incorrectly in it and the plausible citizens were not communicating their regard.
As pictures of people washing and contacting his feet on battle field became a web sensation via web-based media and his adversaries began taking on him, the 88-year-old participant to governmental issues, known as the Metro-man of India, said, "It is our Indian custom. What's going on with it? They were communicating their
Calling it "profound governmental issues, CPI pioneer and Rajya Sabha MP Yogendran said that when legislators contact feet of citizens, Sreedharan was entering another space yet with same expectation of "serving the country".
He said his principle point is to help the BJP come to control in Kerala where the political decision is expected on April 6.
The eminent technocrat said he wanted to accomplish something for the state as individuals are taken care of with the two other options. "I'm fit as a fiddle, I believed I expected to accomplish something for the express, individuals of Kerala are tired of the LDF and UDF governments, individuals are exhausted of the extravagant expenditure of the public authority.I feel that individuals of the state need a third other option," he said.