[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]T[/dropcap]aking a cue from the Islamic terrorists operating in neighbouring Tamil Nadu, the CPI-M activists have started murdering selective Hindu leaders in Kerala. With the Wednesday morning gruesome murder of 25-year-old Ramith of Pinarayi town in Kannur district, the number of RSS activists who have been murdered by the CPI-M activists this year has shot up to six, according to a senior RSS leader in the State.
Pinarayi is the home district of Pinarayi Vijayan, the Marxist Chief Minister (CM) of Kerala, who is on record telling that political murders are on the rise in Kerala.
What stands out in these murders, according to police officials, is the selection of the victims by the CPI-M executioners. “They select the best, active and sincere workers of the RSS whom the Marxists fear because of their potential to emerge as leaders acceptable to all sections of the society. Ramith, who was murdered today morning, was a dedicated worker of the Sangh who is known for his readiness and willingness to help anybody in distress irrespective of caste, creed and religion,” said a police official in Kannur who knew Ramith.
Strangely, Uthaman, Ramith’s father who was an RSS activist, too was murdered by the CPI-M killers in 2002. “The CPI-M activists and leadership, especially their district secretary P Jayarajan (a hard core criminal and an accused in many murders) are worried over the exodus of CPI-M workers to the BJP and the RSS. If this trend continues, the CPI-M which has literally fortified the district against the growth of other parties is in for major trouble. They want to send the message that they would not allow the growth of the BJP or the RSS,” a district RSS leader told PGurus.com.
Pinarayi is the home district of Pinarayi Vijayan, the Marxist Chief Minister of Kerala, who is on record telling that political murders are on the rise in Kerala. PGurus.com had reported the chief minister declaring in the assembly that there were criminal organisations in Kerala imparting training to terrorists in how to effectively murder political rivals with minimum efforts.
[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]W[/dropcap]ithin days of the chief minister making this announcement, sleuths of the National Investigation Agency with the help of local police arrested six hardcore Islamic State terrorists from Kannur and Kozhikode. Intelligence officials have been warning of a strong nexus between the CPI-M and Islamic terrorists in the selective killing of RSS activists.
The attack on RSS and BJP leaders are on the increase following the swearing in of Pinarayi Vijayan government in May 2016.
On October 8, an upcoming RSS activist Vishnu (19) was murdered in a gruesome manner by killers deputed by the Marxist leaders in the State. Vishnu, a Dalit icon, had become an eyesore for the Marxist leaders who ordered his elimination following the unprecedented popularity and acceptability enjoyed by him. Vishnu’s mother and step mother sustained grievous injuries when they tried to save him from the murderers.
The attack on RSS and BJP leaders are on the increase following the swearing in of Pinarayi Vijayan government in May 2016. The sudden spurt in the number of murders of RSS activists by the CPI-M is being seen as a tactic to divert the attention of the people from a major “appointment controversy” nagging the Pinarayi Vijayan government and the CPI-M leaders.
Kerala’s minister for Industries E P Jayarajan, Health Minister K K Shylaja, Marxist MP and former glamour girl P K Sreemathy are all facing charges and allegations for appointing their close relations in their personal staff with exorbitant salaries and perks. The Chief Minister who was shocked by the revelations brought out by the Kerala media washed his hands off Sreemathy, a former close aide who claimed that she had appointed her daughter-in-law in the government service with the concurrence of the party leadership.
V S Achuthanandan, who is upset with the CPI-M central leadership for not appointing him as the CM after the 2016 assembly election, said that the Pinarayi Vijayan government had lost face and stands with bloat on its face as a fall out of these appointments which he described as nothing other than nepotism. The CPI-M leadership feel that the loss of face could be negative by selectively killing Hindu leaders in the State.
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