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Travancore Devaswom Board bans RSS Sakhas on temple premises

The Devaswom Board is headed by CPM leaders who control the Kerala govt. The circular has been issued again pointing out that the officials are not following the order issued two years ago. The new order comes amid the inclusion of party leaders in the advisory committees of the Devaswom Board and the deliberate capture of other temple committees by the CPM.

Many temples, including the great temples in Kerala, were restored as part of the Hindu renaissance. At that time, the CPM demanded that the temples should be demolished and agriculture should be done there. CPM’s approach was that temples are the centre of superstitions.

The temple restoration efforts led by the Kerala kshetra SamrakshanaSamithi  and its former form, the Malabar kshetra SamrakshanaSamithi  brought the temples of Kerala to their present state. Sangha Sakhas are held in some of these temple sanctuaries. As the temples were renovated and the revenue increased, the government continued to take over the temples through the Devaswom Boards in anticipation of financial gain.

The decision of the Travancore Devaswom Board will not adversely affect the Sangha sakhas in any way. The vast majority of sakhas in Kerala are held in public places, private places and our own places. A few sakhas are held on temple grounds under the Devaswom Board with the full cooperation of local devotees. The current circular of the Devaswom Board aims to take over temples, cover up corruption in temple administration and engage with Muslim communal organizations under the guise of taking action against the RSS.

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


Communists Attacks On Women and Children in Kerala

In Kerala, SFI (Student Federation of India) prepare ‘grave’ for Principal as ‘retirement gift’


Apparently to insult their Principal, a group of Left-leaning SFI students of the prestigious 127-year-old Government Victoria College in Palakkad allegedly prepared a symbolic ‘grave’ for her as a ‘retirement gift’.

Following a complaint by the Principal, Dr T N Sarasu, who retired on March 31, police have registered cases under various sections of IPC against some SFI students.

Sarasu alleged that the students had acted on the behest of “some members” of All Kerala Government College Teachers Union, owing allegiance to the Left.

In her complaint to police, Sarasu has named at least eight SFI students who had prepared the ‘symbolic grave’ inside the college campus and had strewn it with flowers and placed a wreath at about 7 am on March 31.

CPI(M) leader Mr. M.A.Baby gave support to students and he termed it as “Art Installation”

Vimala burn alive – Died due to massive burn injuries after her house caught fire in an attack by left goons

vimala-palakkad vimalavimala


Vimala (46), wife of Kanjokode BJP leader Kannan, had been admitted to the Thrissur Jubilee Mission Medical College on Wednesday, and was in a critical condition with 70 per cent burn injuries. She succumbed on Monday morning.

The incident took place December 28, 2016 in Kanjikode, Palakkad, when Marxist goons torched the home of Kannan, former Panchayat member. With the house being set on flames, the gas cylinder in the kitchen caught fire as well, resulting in an explosion. Soon fire spread to all the rooms, resulting in Kannan’s wife Vimala being grievously injured. She has been admitted to hospital with over 80% burns. Vimala, Kannan and were severely injured. Radhakrishnan, who had suffered 60% burns, died on January 6, 2017

Three local CPI (M) workers were arrested in connection with the case, and the police said that more suspects are yet to be arrested in the case.


CPM attack on Art of Living Study Camp


Koilandi: In a recent shocker,DYFI goons unleashed unbridled terror on the Art of Living camp organized at Moodadi Gokhale UP School, Koilandi. The Youth Leadership Training Programme, aimed mainly at empowering youth, witnessed mayhem in the early hours of 1 January 2017. Many, including a Dalit girl were humiliated and injured. In spite of nine persons being critically injured, police are alleged to have made all efforts to stifle the matter.

According to sources, the mobile phones and gold ornaments of those who participated were stolen. Equipment, including loud speakers were fully destroyed. “In spite of the camp being wrecked and people being injured, police remain callous to the entire incident. In fact they have claimed that a complaint has not been registered. In fact eminent persons related to government machinery, including the MLA have sought settlement of the matter, with an offer of compensation,” said sources under condition of anonymity.

The camp which began on 24 December 2016 was attended by people from all over the country. As many as nine people were injured in the attack that was unleashed. They have been admitted to the government hospital. Six out of the nine people have been grievously injured. The camp was to conclude on 1 January 2017, when the attack was launched in the early morning hours during a meditation session, by DYFI goons.

 A group of activists of the Students Federation of India (SFI) at Maharaja’s College, Kochi



KOCHI: A group of  students belonging to Students’ Federation of India (SFI) and some teachers, burnt the chair of Maharaja’s College principal NL Beena on Thursday(19.01.2017) after barging into her office room.


Left goons killed old aged woman on May 23, 2002


Hailing from Iritty, Ammalu amma, fondly known as Ammu amma, was returning home by  jeep, after attending Uthaman’s (Killed by CPIM) creamation ceremony. The jeep was halted by throwing a bomb. Ammu amma and jeep driver Jazeela manzil Shihab were killed on the spot. Others suffered serious injuries.

They killed her husband…now her son also


Narayani( W/o Uthaman)

The gruesome killig of  Sri Ramith by the CPM goons on 12-10-2016 near his home at Pinarayi was a really shock to Kannur. He was killed while he was going to buy medicines for his niece. Ramith was attacked by a member of trained CPM goons who attacked him initially with iron rods and thereafter with daggers and swords. He was declared dead at hospital. He was the sole backbone of his family consisting of his mother and sister. He was just 26 years old. Ramith’s house belonged to Pinrayi Panchayath, the place of Chief Minister of Kerala Pinarai Vijayan.

The attempts to kill Ramith were planned long back. Immediately after the election results, his house were attacked on 19-May-2016 and his mother were threatened by saying that son Remith will be killed. Prior to that, on two occasions wreaths were laid in front his house, in order to threaten him with dire consequences in the event his association with our activities. The entire family was socially boycotted by the party leaders and openly declared that the family of Uthaman will not be allowed to have a decent living at Pinarayi. Shop owners were instructed to keep away from the family of Ramith. It is not a tit for tat, as painted now by the media, but a pre-planned murder carried out as instructed by the party leadership.

The father of Ramith, Sri Uthaman happened to be strong worker who was instrumental in raising nationalist organizations around his place namely Chavassery near Mattanur, which was once a CPM stronghold. He was in the forefront in questioning the atrocities created by CPM and acted as a backbone for our activities till his last breath. His activities proved dear for CPM, as hordes of CPM men started flocking towards Sangh in legions and this caused vengeance in the hearts of CPM leadership. He was a bus driver by profession.   He was killed on May 22, 2002, on broad day light on stopping his bus after throwing bombs, while the bus was heading to Irity. He was in the driver’s seat while he was hacked to death. He was attacked with swords and he died at the spot.


Chithralekha’s Harrassment 


Chithralekha lives in Payyannur,Kannur. She hails from the SC community ( known as Dalit ). She is an auto driver. CPI(M) are not allowing her to do her job. Reason is she has not sought permission to drive auto from CPI(M) leaders. She sat infront of Kannur collectorate for 122 days but in vain. Now she changed her strike to Thiruvananthapuram to get justice. CPIM lead govt has charged criminal cases on her also.

Even a doctor can not live here


Dr. Geetha P. Nambiar is an Ayurvedic doctor. She opened her clinic at Kalliassery, Kannur.She could not run her clinic there due to dislike of CPI(M) local leader towards her.

Bharatiya Yuva morcha leader

Bharatiya Yuva morcha leader Smt. Lasith Palakkal is under CPI(M) threat for last few years. Because she works for nationalist cause. She couldn’t go to her home.

Karthik’s story


Karthik’s mother contested in Panchayath elections as BJP Candidate. Because of her candidature, CPI(M) attacked her son Karthik who is a LP school student.

Murder Spree in Kerala by Communists

Politically polarised media persons and ignorant souls keep on harping about intolerance and freedom of speech and try to narrate the reason for Kerala losing its peaceful atmosphere due to CPM-RSS clashes. The display of the real picture is either incomplete or distorted. Then, what is the fact? Are there really CPM-RSS clashes? Or they are the naked exhibition of CPM terror and violence against their ‘political enemies’?

Communists, that is, Marxists as per modern terminology, are always dead against other ideologies is a well known fact. World over, it is the same experience since the October Revolution which took place in Russia in the second decade of the last century. The very basic tenet of Marxism, Dictatorship of the Proletariat, espouses the authoritarian rule of the Communist party. This dictatorial euphoria leads to intolerance and hatred in the mindset of communists wherever they are. It is worse and grave wherever they get power.
In Kerala, which ever political clash we witness, CPM is a common factor on one side. It could be CPM vs Congress, CPM vs RSS, CPM vs BJP, CPM vs Kerala Congress, CPM vs (even) CPI and sometimes (one group of) CPM vs (another group of)  CPM. It proves the CPM’s intolerance towards other ideological groups and their ideologies. RSS and affiliated organisations are the worst affected ideological groups in this violent mess lashed out by the CPM.
The history of this ‘murder politics’ started during the 1940s itself, well before undivided Communist party could taste the power in Kerala political scenario.
Undivided CPI’s first significant physical attack against the RSS was in 1948 at Thiruvananthapuram.  It was significant because the attack was against an RSS Samghikh (RSS programme focused on physical exercises) addressed by the then RSS Sarsanghachalak M S Golwalkar, popularly known as Guruji. They attacked the gathering while Shri Guruji was on the dais. Veteran RSS swayamsevak P Parameswaran was the Mukhya Shikshak (main instructor). The swayamsevaks retaliated in a befitting manner. And, the young Marxists led by a student leader fled the spot. The programme went on. Guruji spoke as if nothing had happened. He did not even refer to the incident he witnessed.

Another major attack by CPI took place in 1952 on the similar gathering to be addressed by Guruji at Alappuzha. The sequence of event replicated here as well and the programme went on without much discussion on the violent attack.
CPM and the Culture of Violence
After a lull for almost a decade, CPI underwent a vertical split in 1964. Though CPI resisted from physically attacking the RSS swayamsevaks, CPM, the other group, after a few years’ of calm, took the violent route again. Next major CPM attack against RSS was in January 1969, near Shri Kerala Varma College, Thrissur. College management had invited Swami Chinmayanandaji to deliver a lecture. But, Kerala Students’ Federation (KSF), the precursor of SFI, with their CPM bosses of the area, used all sort of dirty tricks to insult and physically attack Swamiji. To avoid any physical assault on Swamiji, ABVP students encircled and guarded Swamiji and led him to the car to leave the place safely. The next day when the ABVP staged a protest rally against the CPM’s attempt to assault Swamiji, the CPM goons attacked the ABVP students. It resulted in a fierce street fight, perhaps first of that sort in the State. Thereafter, almost every year KSF and later SFI workers, with the help of CPM men outside, attacked ABVP workers in the college.

In 1969, the local workers allegedly led by Pinaryi Vijayan and Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, presently politbure (PB) members and former and present State secretary respectively, killed RSS worker Vadikkal Ramakrishnan, a sweets maker, in Thalasserry. The cold blooded murder was without any sort of provocation. After a month, they killed Sreedharan Nair, an RSS worker in Ponkunnam, Kottayam District. The same year Ramakrishnan, an RSS worker in Palakkad, was killed.
Veliyathunadu Chandran, a senior RSS worker and former Pracharak, was the next victim of the CPM attack in Parur of Ernakulam District on January 11, 1970. Mandal Karyavah Sankranarayanan was killed in Nallenkara, Thrissur District, in 1973. In 1974, CPM men killed RSS Mandal Karyavah Sudheendran in Kochi.

New Chapter after Emergency
Developments during the period of Emergency opened a new chapter in this politics of murders. Even though the aforementioned attacks were grave for RSS and affiliated organisations, CPM accepted killing spree against Sangh workers as their cup of tea in 1978, after the lifting of Emergency. During the Emergency the fight against the autocratic and dynastic rule was solely carried on by RSS and its affiliates in Kerala. Naturally, the young and the adventurist CPM men were frustrated. They could not reconcile with the compromising stand of the party leadership on Emergency. While communist leaders were not ready to take any anti-establishment stand, the RSS boys took up poster campaigns, pamphlet distributions, etc. Thousands of RSS men staged non-violent satyagraha, courted arrest and underwent inhuman police torture, which was beyond reconciliation for many communist supporters who were listening to empty rhetoric of ‘revolution’ every now and then. As a result, several of those CPM men joined the underground activities of RSS during Emergency. They turned active RSS workers after the Emergency. This phenomenon was more visible in the CPM strongholds areas like Kannur, Alappuzha and coastal Thrissur. The exodus of rank and file was the last straw on camel’s back for CPM.
The CPM leadership thought that murder of their ex-comrades who turned to the RSS would be the best deterrent to put an end to this attrition.  In September, 1978, they kicked off the killings in Thalassery, Kannur district, by murdering teen aged college student and Mukhya Shikshak Chandran of Panunda Shakha. Significantly, his father was a Local Committee Member of CPM. Thereafter, series of killings took place in Thalaserry Taluk. Most of the RSS martyrs were former CPM men or at least the family members of CPM men. When they felt that daggers and swords were not enough to suppress the RSS growth, they started manufacturing bombs. Since 1978, Several RSS men were killed in Thalassery itself. The most prominent of them were RSS Khand Karyavah Karimbil Satheeshan (1981),   BJP Kannur District secretary Pannyannoor Chandran (1986),  Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha State Vice President Jayakrishnan Master (killed in the class room while taking class in front of the  6th standard students), Kannur Zila Sharirik Pramukh Manoj (2014). In 1984, Kannur Zila Sahakaryavaha Sadanandan Master’s both legs were chopped off below the knees.

In 1980, Gangadharan, a young ABVP district officer bearer in Kannur, was killed in his office the day he joined the government service. The then ABVP State organising secretary KG Venugopal and the then RSS Zila Pracharak VN Gopinath told Organiser that as Gangadharan joined the duty in Survey Department, an employee informed the CPM goons and they immediately executed the killing on his chair itself. The killers even threatened the district collector against taking the body for post mortem!

The same CPM killers kept on attacking RSS men in Alappuzha District. The first among them was Gopalakrishnan (27) who was murdered on September 18, 1980. CPM killers dragged him out of a running bus and stabbed him to death. Another prominent Sangh martyr was Khand Karyavah Vishwambharan in Kuttanadu (1982). The murder of Pradeep (15), a 10th standard student, was another brutal act of CPM there.
CPM men killed several workers in Thrissur District after Emergency. Fierce attacks took place in Vadanappalli, coastal area in the district.  The attackers set fire to a house and a man was burnt to death in it.  Kodungallur Taluk Karyavah and a promising Sangh worker T Satheesan was killed in the street by CPIM workers in 1984. Former Pracharak Ayyappan was bombed to death by CPM men in Nayathodu, Ernakulam district, the same year. RSS worker Unnikrishnan was killed by CPM killers in Thrippunithura, Ernakulam District in March, 1984.

Three swayamsevaks were killed in a single incident in Murikkumpuzha, Thiruvananthapuram District in 1987. In September 1996, Anu, Sajith and Kim Karun, ABVP workers in Dewaswom Board College, Mannaar, Alappuzha district, were attacked and drowned in Pampa River.  Bimbi, an ABVP worker, was killed in Changanassery, Kottayam District in October, 1996.

Power Dynamics in Murder Politics
CPM raises its dirty and violent heads when they are in power. Naturally investigation turns into a drama. Even though they kill during Congress-led UDF (United Democratic Front), the CPM-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) comes back to power in rotation (a common practice we witness in Kerala since the last several decades). Then they get an opportunity to manipulate the cases in their favour. Even the forthright judges have to face the wrath of communists if they deliver a verdict against CPM killers.  The judge who sentenced capital punishment for the killers of Jayakarishnan Master had to face violent protests, threats which finally led to giving him the police protection.
Non-discriminatory Violence
People believe that CPM Kannur district secretary P Jayarajan was involved in the murder of RSS worker Manoj (2014). He was arrested in this regard and jailed for several weeks. Later on, he got bail; alibi was heart ailment! Now, court has instructed him not to enter Kannur District. So, CPM deploys him for election campaign throughout the State.
CPM killers do not spare Congress men or party rebels. They have killed several workers of Congress, Muslim League and even their own coalition partner CPI.  The most prominent CPM rebel killed by the “big brother” was TP Chandrasekharan from Vadagara. He was killed in a brutal manner on the night of May 2, 2012. Later on it was alleged that the vehicle used by the killers bore the Arabic prayer verses for creating an impression that the culprits were Islamic fundamentalists. This murder shook CPM gravely. Senior CPM leader and former CM VS Achuthanandan publicly denounced the murder and went to console the widow of the killed. VS’s act was attacked by the official faction of the party led by his bête noire Pinarayi Vijayan.
The latest addition in the series RSS is the shameful incident that took place in Kattayikkonam near Thiruvananthapuram. RSS Taluk Pracharak Amal Krishna was attacked with an iron tool on March 14, 2016 and his skull was seriously damaged. A fresh engineering graduate was on ventilator for several weeks together and still struggling to return to the normal life.
The aforementioned are the scenario in a nutshell. More than 200 Sangh workers have sacrificed their lives for their freedom to choose social and personal life in Kerala, mostly at the hands of CPM criminals. In Kannur alone, 78 swayamsevaks have been killed.
This clearly depicts the intolerant and violent character of CPM in Kerala and its unilateral animosity against the nationalist thinking.
RSS’s peace initiatives
Significantly, RSS has always expressed readiness to find out the avenues to put an end to this dangerous murder politics.  Sangh had taken may serious initiatives in the past in this direction.
P. Parameswaran had taken over as the director of Deendayal Research Institute, New Delhi, in mid-1977 which he continued till the last leg of 1981. Those were the high time of CPM’s fascist murder politics. The blood of innocent Sangh workers was spilled on the streets of Kerala. Sangh leaders thought of a dialogue with senior CPM leaders in this regard.  Parameswaranji got in touch with RSS Kerala Prant Pracharak K Bhaskar Rao. Accordingly Parameswaranji wrote a letter to EMS Namboodiripad who was stationed in Delhi as the general secretary of CPM. EMS replied him in positive tone.
Afterwards a telephonic conversation with Parmeswaranji, EMS proposed to have a talk with Kerala CM and PB member EK Nayanar who was scheduled to reach Delhi on one of those days. Accordingly the date and time for an RSS-Nayanar meeting at Delhi was scheduled. Ranga Hari and the then Kerala Prant Pracharak K Bhaskar Rao reached Delhi. But, some unexpected incidents took place in Delhi that day. A prominent ABVP worker of Kerala V Muraleedharan (erstwhile State BJP chief) was arrested that day in connection with CPM-RSS clashes in Thalasserry. But, ABVP central unit in Delhi got the information that it was KG Venugopal, the then Kerala state organising secretary and Sangh pracharak, who was arrested. Naturally they got agitated. They encircled the CM at Kerala House which went on for hours. Parameswaranji and RSS leaders who had reached Delhi were anxious about the dialogue. Parameswaranji phoned Nayanar.  CM’s response was warm and inspiring: “So what Parameswaran? They are after all boys. You come with your colleagues; let us have the dialogue!!”
During the initial talks Nayanar’s Cabinet colleague and Congress (S) leader PC Chacko (Congress national spokesman these days) was with the CM.  Bhaskar Rao, Parameswaranji and Ranga Hari represented RSS. Nayanar talked about the “boys’ naughtiness” in a lighter vein. Ranga Hariji told this correspondent that Nayanar said they were smart unlike Kerala boys; he kept on talking about the Delhi boys.
But Chacko in a more aggressive mood said, ABVP boys had brought daggers covered in the newspaper.  Nayanar stopped him. He said, the boys did not bring any weapon. In short, RSS leaders had a feeling that CPM did not dispute the RSS endeavour to close the chapter of violence. Both parties agreed to have the second leg of the discussion in Kerala. Hariji says, Nayanar said in his usual humorous style that he would crack the news of dialogue to the media as soon as he reaches Kerala. Hariji was assigned to fix the place for the meeting in Kochi. So, technically he was the convener of the second leg.
Once back in Kochi Hariji got in touch with a senior CPM leader operating from Kochi. Hariji told that RSS had no objection to attend the meeting in their (CPM) office; but, CPM could not even imagine it – What would their comrades think! Then RSS expressed its pleasure to host the meeting in its Kerala State RSS karyalaya.  But, CPM leader equated it with stepping on to the fire. Then both leaders decided to have the meeting in a house in Kochi acceptable to both sides. Accordingly a swayamsevak’s house was fixed; who was a businessman.
PB member P Ramamoorthy, Home Minister TK Ramakrishnan and senior leader MM Lawrence participated in the meeting from CPM’s side. Dathopanth Thengidi, Ranga  Hari and senior Sangh Pracharak P Madhavan participated from the Sangh’ side. Hariji remembers that paan had been arranged in the venue of the meeting for Ramamoorthy as Thengidiji knew about it as a labour leader. Since Lawrence and Ranga Hari were classmates during their school days, the personal rapport had helped a lot for the smooth dialogue between two organisations.
As a participant of both legs of the dialogue, Hariji remembers that both parties were very much particular to put an end to the physical attacks. During the discussion until the lunch time, proposals had come up to avoid violence. Both parties agreed to the proposal to hold the meetings of senior leaders of both sides whenever tension came up. The post lunch discussion took place in the government guest house, Ernakulam.  Hariji says that BMS leader R Venugopal (later on national working president of BMS) had come to the guest house even though he was not a participant in the discussion.
Hariji says, there was another dialogue sometime between 1984 and 1989 near Kottakkal, Malappuram District, during his regime as the Kerala Prant Pracharak. Present Leader of Opposition VS Achuthanandan had participated in that meeting. Adv. TV Ananthan (the then Prant Karyavah) and S Sethumadhavan (the then Sah-prant Pracharak) represented the Sangh. Some understandings were worked out; but again CPM violated in day light.

On November 29 or 30, 1999, a meeting took place in Justice VR Krishna Iyer’s residence in Kochi. Because, RSS was not party to it! Even though RSS (media technically says BJP) was the main victim of violence by the CPM, participants of the meeting were Congress, CPM and CPI! They decided to maintain peace in Thalassery. The very next day, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha state vice president Jayakrishnan Master was brutally killed, in front of his class 6th students!

When we take glimpses of the RSS-CPM dialogue, one thing is crystal clear: RSS took the initiatives for the dialogue. Therefore, there is no room for any discussion on who launches political violence in Kerala and who tried their level best to avoid it.
Recently a new turn has entered in this dangerous game. Ariyil Shukkoor, a Muslim League worker, was killed in Kannur. Another Muslim activist Faisal was killed. Though RSS was being targeted for this by CPM, enquiries in both the cases have indicted the CPM workers.  Now, communists also avoid direct involvement of their workers and instead hire the professional killers. There is a tendency to give communal colour through tacit alliance with the Islamists in the State. Continuation of this trend can be the gravest threat to the ‘God’s Own Country’.

(An Article from Organiser. By Satisan in Kochi & Ganesh Krishnan R in Kannur http://organiser.org//Encyc/2016/5/2/Cover-Story-Kannur-Model—Killing-Fields-of–Kannur.aspx)

Kerala – The Laboratory for Leftist Terror

#‎Shradhanjali‬ to Sujith.


Over the last few days, at ‪#‎JNU‬, the nation is witnessing the ideological convergence of ‪#‎BreakingIndia‬ forces. Down South in Kerala, the actual convergence of those Adharmic forces can be witnessed in action. These forces speak about “tolerance” & “Freedom of expression” but when in power, demonstrate the exact opposite and in extremity!  #LeftistTerror

A 27-year-old RSS worker was hacked to death in front of his aged parents at Papinesseri in Kannur district of Kerala, police said.

Sujit, who suffered serious injuries in the attack, succumbed to injuries before reaching hospital on Monday night.

His aged parents and a brother tried to stop the assailants, who stormed into the house at around 11.30 PM last night, and suffered injuries in the process.

Police said some CPI(M) sympathisers have been taken into custody for questioning

-See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/kerala-rss-worker-hacked-to-death-in-front-of-parents/#sthash.Pzz5PJsH.dpuf

Update on 17th Feb :

#LeftistTerror…and now bombs thrown on RSS office at Kerala http://www.india.com/news/india/kerala-crude-bombs-thrown-at-bjp-office-in-kannur-a-day-after-rss-activist-was-hacked-to-death-955102/