Vijayan adapted the “Bengal style” for murdering the class enemies
Kerala is likely to see a series of murders in the run-up to the assembly election which is likely to be held in the month of April 2021. The CPI-M leadership beleaguered because of a series of corruption charges against Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and party’s Kerala Secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, who is planning to retaliate against the Sangh Parivar with all forces under its command, according to intelligence officials in the State.
What has worried the Marxists is the source of allegation against the chief minister and other ministers made by BJP Kerala unit chief K Surendran. Interestingly, it was Surendran who disclosed most of the corruption charges against Vijayan and Balakrishnan and not the ‘agile’ Kerala media which is dominated by the CPI-M cadre.
A P Abdullakutty, a two-time MP of the party, who was eased out by the Marxists when the former asked them to learn from the development agenda of Narendra Modi, and who recently authored a book “National Muslim” has issued the possibility of such a scenario.
If the statements given to Enforcement Directorate (ED), Customs, and NIA by M Sivsankar, the former principal secretary to Chief Minister Vijayan are any indication, the CPI-M is in for a major crisis since the party’s inception in 1964.
Whenever the public image of the Marxists takes a beating, the party leadership orders the professional marksmen of the party to terminate some RSS leaders. “The CPI-M leadership is under the impression that if some RSS leaders are murdered, it would endear it to the minorities,” said a party activist from Kannur. He said the party leadership has already prepared a list of persons in the Sangh Parivar to be executed so that it could bring back the Muslim and Christian voters to the party fold.
What makes Abdullakutty’s book important is his disclosure about the methods adopted by the CPI-M leaders to eliminate the RSS and other Sangh Parivar activists in Kerala. “In 2008 there was a face-off between the CPI-M and RSS in Kerala. Five persons each from both sides lost their lives. P Sathidevi, party MP, had told Vijayan, the then secretary of the party that something should be done to end these gruesome murders. Vijayan thought for a while and said that we may have to follow the “Bengal style” while murdering the class enemies. In Bengal, they just kidnap the persons to be finished off, put him in a bag, and dump the bag in a trench filled with salt. The world will never know what happened to the person,” Vijayan told Sathidevi.
Abdullakutty reminiscences how Anil Basu the late CPI-M MP from Bengal eulogized the party’s strategy in murdering the enemies of the party. While having tea with Basu in the Central Hall of Parliament, Abdullakutty asked him about the authenticity of what Pinarayi Vijayan had said about the style followed in Bengal to murder Sangh Parivar leaders. “Yes, we do have a sophisticated line. The Bengal line is very simple. Comrades in Kerala follow the outdated method which was simply barbarianism. If you commit murders as suggested by Vijayan, there won’t be a drop of blood or a piece of bone,” said Basu while Abdullakutty and Suresh Kurup, another MP from Kerala sat shocked and jolted.
If the statements given to Enforcement Directorate (ED), Customs, and NIA by M Sivsankar, the former principal secretary to Chief Minister Vijayan are any indication, the CPI-M is in for a major crisis since the party’s inception in 1964. But before sinking in the waves of corruption charges, the party leaders are likely to take with them the lives of some prominent BJP/RSS leaders.
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 Kerala’s AP Abdullakutty: A devout Muslim, a Modi bhakt – Jun 8, 2019, India Times
 In Kannur, RSS-BJP and CPI(M) have lost equal numbers to political violence – Mar 07, 2017, Scroll
 Kerala CPM secretary asked us to adopt Bengal model of burying people alive in Kerala, says former MP – Jan 30, 2014, India Today
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