Bharat Must Rise to Defang the Communists of Kerala

 

The cruel and repulsive bloody acts of CPI (M) in Kerala, started with the murder of Vadikkal Ramakrishnan, a tailor by profession in 1969. An active RSS Swayamsevak, Ramakrishnan had brought in scores of Communists to the nationalist fold.  The prime accused in that case was the none other than the present chief minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan.

Vimala – 28th December 2016 – Burnt alive with other relatives. Locked in the house which was set ablaze. A relative and her husband died on the spot. Vimala struggled with third degree burns and died in the hospital.

Santosh – 18th January 2017 – CPI-M hoodlums waylaid him near his house, in the constitutuency of the chief minister, Dharmadam, and hacked him to death.

Nirmal –12th February 2017 – A 21 year old nationalist youth killed brutally.

K. Ramachandran – 11th July 2016 – A labour leader murdered before the eyes of his horrified wife in broad daylight.

Ramith –12th October 2016 – Young man, the sole breadwinner of his family, was waylaid when he came out to purchase medicines, and slaughtered. His father, Uttaman, was killed in an identical fashion fourteen years ago

P. Chandrasekharan – 4th July 2012 – former CPM worker – killed without remorse or pang of conscience.

What wrong did these citizens of Bharat commit? Was their work for nationalist organizations, for the poor, for the country, a crime? Apparently in the eyes of the Marxists, it was.

These are just a few instances of the continual ongoing massacre of patriotic men and women of India by Kerala Communists.

Communism captured power in Kerala in 1957 and since then ideological opponents are physically targeted and killed. About 270 nationalists have been murdered in Kerala. Over 82 of them have been murdered in Kannur district alone.  Supplementing this dance of death, there is a police torture and false cases, especially when CPM/LDF grabs power.

The cruel and repulsive bloody acts of CPI (M) in Kerala, started with the murder of Vadikkal Ramakrishnan, a tailor by profession in 1969. An active RSS Swayamsevak, Ramakrishnan had brought in scores of Communists to the nationalist fold.  The prime accused in that case was the none other than the present chief minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan.

The main reason behind the attacks on nationalists in Kerala is the steady flow of cadres from CPI (M) to the RSS and other nationalist organisations.  The CPI(M) leadership is unable to digest the pure, affectionate, nationalistic approach of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. Their separatist, divisive, hatred filling activities are unable to withstand the force of social harmony unleashed by the Sangh.

The ‘Kannur Model’ of CPI (M), in which nationalists are perpetually targeted and murdered by Communists, is inspired by Stalinist USSR or Maoist China where the voice of dissent and opposition was crushed with the iron fist of party and State

Communist butchers have not spared even women. The putting ablaze of Vimala, the spine chilling murder of Yashoda, Kausalya and Ammu Amma among the other women is testimony to the fact that even women are not safe under communist regime in Kerala.

The violent ways of the Marxists are inspired by narrow mindedness, which can only proclaim that ‘My way or Death’, and follows the Nazi, fascist strategy of destroying the ability of the people to think for themselves by eliminating all ideological opponents. They call their murderous actions with lofty names as ‘Revolution’ and ‘Struggle’. After having conducted its politics of violence for over three decades in Bengal, the CPI-M has inspired its leaders in Kerala to repeat the policy that it adopted in Bengal.

Abdullakutty recently quoted a statement once made by the present Kerala CM, Pinarayi Vijayan on the inspiration that the killing fields of Kerala drew from the marxist genocidal spree of his comrades in Bengal,

“We should learn (how to kill adversaries) from Bengalis. They do it without shedding even a drop of blood. They (rivals) are kidnapped and buried in deep pits with a sack of salt added. The world will not (even) know about the blood, picture (of the victim) or news” – Pinarayi Vijayan

There is no limit to the Marxist torture – neither children, nor women, neither dalits nor others backward sections are spared.  Putting farms ablaze, attacking homes, destroying vehicles, and attacking schools have become a daily affair. The police is silent seemingly at the signal of the Home minster.

The unceasing butchery of the Marxists should shake the conscience of every right thinking Indian. Let everyone condemn with all vehemence at its command, the inhuman, undemocratic and murderous activities of Marxists that lurk in the dark bloody shadows of their public face and ‘fight for human rights’.

Protecting its subjects is the primary constitutional responsibility of any elected government. This Kerala Government has abdicated its constitutional responsibility and is fast becoming an accomplice to massacres launched by violent, barbarous gangs. The people of Bhaarat should expose their murderous activities and help the people of Kerala to defang the communists.

Let’s oppose Violent, extremist Politics

Let’s protect Democracy

In protest of this barbarism, Jagrutha Bharat, MMRI are mutually holding dharna at 10 am at Lowertank- Dharna Chowk, Bhagyanagar, on 3rd March, 2017

 

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