Two major incidents which occurred during the last two weeks underscore the fact that Tamil Nadu has emerged as a hotbed of terrorism and extremism
Tamil Nadu has established itself as a hub of Islamic extremism supported by the Dravidian-Evangelist-Maoist-LTTE combine. Two major incidents which occurred during the last two weeks underscore the fact that Tamil Nadu has emerged as a hotbed of terrorism and extremism as stated by Union Minister for Surface Transport Pon Radhakrishnan.He made this statement on February 14, 2018, while paying tributes to the people who lost their lives in the 1998 serial bomb blasts at Coimbatore.
The Dravidian activists are getting the signal from the Marxists who have their own system to finish off their rivals
The shocking part of the attacks on Hindu activists and organization is the active help provided by the media in Tamil Nadu which is dominated by the Dravida Kazhakam activists who are out to intensify the feeling of secessionism in the minds of the people.
The recent arrest and remand of Mohammed Rafiq, a convict in the 1998 Coimbatore serial bomb blasts which claimed the lives of more than 60 persons and maimed more than 100 lives, was blacked out by the Dravida Kazhakam dominated media in the State. Rafiq, an Al-Ummah activist was one of the prime accused in the 1998 Coimbatore serial bomb blasts. He came out recently after serving a jail sentence in connection with the 1998 serial blasts. 
Rafiq, a history-sheeter, had borrowed a vehicle from Salem based Prakash, a car dealer. When Rafiq failed to make payment for the car he purchased from him, Prakash rang up the former and requested him to make the payment. Rafiq dismissed the plea from Prakash and warned him that no forces in India would be able to lay their hands on him. “I have been arrested under Goondas Act. I have been held by the Terrorists and Disruptive Prevention Act (TADA) and also under the National Security Act. But I came out easily out of these charges and cases, Rafiq told Prakash over the telephone. Prakash recorded the telephonic conversation. In the course of the conversation, Rafiq told Prakash that he was planning to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Prakash who was taken aback by the claims of Rafiq passed on the recording to Damodaran, inspector of police at the Kuniyamuthoor Police Station. Damodaran, in turn, informed P Periahm commissioner of Police, Coimbatore, who asked the former to take Rafiq into custody.
Though this was a major report from Coimbatore, the Dravida Kazhakam dominated media in Tamil Nadu blacked out the same from the major editions as well as TV news channels. While some upcountry newspapers reported the same, the Chennai media blacked out the entire incident.
Early last week saw the Dravida Kazhakam activists assaulting four RSS volunteers who were practicing the traditional sport of Silambattam at Chennai’s Valluvarkottam area. The Dravidian hoodlums barged into the venue where the RSS activists were practicing Silambattam and asked the latter to vacate the venue. Though the trainer of Silambattam told the Dravida Kazhagam activists that they had the support of the government authorities for conducting the Silambattam programme, the Dravidians were in no mood to listen and literally bashed up all the RSS workers who were present there.
The police which arrived late at the venue allowed the Dravida hoodlums to escape from the spot and thereafter threatened the RSS workers. When the police failed to arrest the offenders even after four days, RSS activists took out a procession towards the Nungambakkam police station, which was prevented by the police. Following unprecedented agitation by the Sangh workers, the police were forced to arrest three of the accused and search was on for the fourth attacker.
The number of Hindu activists getting murdered by the Dravida-Marxist-Maoists-Islamic terrorists is increasing. Since the beginning of this year, four leaders of the Hindu Munnani have been murdered by the Islamic terrorists. The Dravidian activists are getting the bravo signal from the Marxists who have their own system in place to finish off their rivals, especially the Hindus in neighboring Kerala.
The Church in Tamil Nadu came under the scanner following reports that a hospice in Kancheepuram district
More than 300 Hindus have been killed in Tamil Nadu by Islamic terrorists since 1998. But the RSS or Hindu Front activists have not retaliated even once in the State. There were many marches and demonstrations in Chennai and other district headquarters by Sangh Parivar outfits demanding action against the Islamic terrorists and Dravidians who are the accused in the murders. But the police is yet to take action against the real culprits.
The Church in Tamil Nadu came under the scanner following reports that a hospice in Kancheepuram district was removing the skeletons from dead bodies and exporting it at a high premium. The seizure of a vehicle belonging to the hospice when two old persons who were wailing while being transported to the center opened a can of worms. The vehicle which is used to ferry fruits, vegetables and other essential commodities meant for the hospice had a special consignment for the hospice. A dead body covered in a blanket! 
Except for one or two TV news channels and a couple of newspapers, no other media in Tamil Nadu reported about this incident. Even the news channels and dailies that reported about the hospice put the blame on Sangh Parivar and H Raja ( of the BJP) for trying to portray the Church in poor light!
 TN is training ground for extremists: Pon Radhakrishnan – Feb 16, 2018, Deccan Chronicle
 Gang barges into class, attacks Silambattam tutor, students in Chennai – Apr 27, 2018, New Indian Express.
 St. Joseph’s Hospice: Sinners, say hospice residents; sinned against, says facility’s founder – Mar 10, 2018, The Hindu
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