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Tuesday, 21 February 2017 00:00

The Murderous Onslaught on RSS by CPM in Kerala

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The recent gruesome murder of BJP activist Raveendran Pillai, 62, a retired ASI by CPM goons reminds us the unending and ruthless massacre of BJP-RSS-Nationalist workers in Kerala by CPM along with Jihadi & Evangelist Forces.

Bloodiest Politics in India

Kerala,has stood witness to the maximum number of violent annihilation of nationalists for political vendetta since past 6 decades. The Nationalist forces of Kerala have always been at the receiving end of Communists/Marxists, Islamic fundamentalists & Aggressive Evangelists.

Communism staked its claim on Kerala soil in 1957 and from then, Kerala stood in the forefront, when it comes to India’s political murders. Anyone with opposing ideologies have been targeted and done away with.

The Sugarcoated Notion of God's-Own-Country


Kerala has always promoted itself as a peaceful state with secular credentials. However, reality is a far cry from what appears on the surface. Beneath the peaceful façade of Kerala lurks the dark underbelly of political violence and extermination.

 

The true face of communism


Communist regimes across the world have killed approximately 100 million people.In 1997 Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee brazenly stated in reply to a question in the assembly that between 1977 (when they came to power) and 1996, 28,000 political murders were committed in West Bengal alone.


The enormity of this statement dawns on us when we gure out that an average of 125.7 murders were a ected in a month. That means the daily rate of murder was four. If one were to pose this question today in the Kerala assembly, the gures would here run into thousands too.

India is the fourth worst affected country, when it comes to terrorism. Maoists continue to be the biggest threat to Indian state. Data collected by the National Consortium for Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism contracted with the US State Department has revealed that Taliban, Islamic State and Boko Haram are the three deadliest terror groups globally. These have been followed by CPI (Maoist), a banned outfit. The report entails the mammoth diversity in the perpetrators/ terrorist groups involved in attacks in the country, with 45 out ts active across the country. Naxals alone have accounted for 43% of terror strikes in India last year.

In 2015, Kerala recorded 164 rioting cases per million population- the country’s highest rate, followed by Bihar (129) and Karnataka (126). National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) data shows that Kerala in 2015, has raced ahead of bigger and more populous states in recording political or student riot cases. Students of colleges, many of which are politically affiliated, are known to routinely clash against police forces and against each other at major public places.

Mafia Killings in Broad Daylight


These ‘mafia’ killings have been a continuing trend in 100 % Literate Kerala for the last six decades. Irrespective of whether in power or not the spate of killing people opposed to their ideology has remained the same. The Communist Party has been wedded to the cult of violence to achieve its political objective. Murder is a political instrument in their hands. Kerala has lost hundreds of young nationalists in their fight against this totalitarian regime. We need to focus on bringing this truth to the general public.



While human rights activists cry for Yakub Memon, Rohit Vemula & Najeeb Jung we would like to bring their attention to the exhaustive list of some unreported and grossly neglected political murders of BJP/ RSS karyakartas by CPM and Jihadis in Kerala since 1969. All their murder cases remain either unresolved or rejected with their family members still awaiting justice.



Ref:
● National Consortium for Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism
● Centre for Kerala Socio-Economic & Political Studies

 

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