Sujith a RSS worker was dragged out of his house by a group of 20 men and killed by a wooden plank with nails. The nails were used to tear off Sujith’s skin. In similar gruesome ways reportedly hundreds of RSS and BJP men and some women have tortured and murdered by the CPM the ruling party in Kerala – which seems like organized (and almost like state sponsored) murder of political opponents. Sadly, this is not going to stop and if anything such gruesome events are going to increase, while police under the CPM ruling dispension either looks the other way or slow plays investigation. The only thing one can say in response is the number of workers of RSS and BJP are growing even faster and there is an almost bottomless supply of workers, so these gruesome killings will not be able to eliminate them from the political landscape of Kerala. And, if the government changes, watch out for potential revenge actions?
- 9 May 2017
PM Modi during the Kerala election campaign compared Somalia to Kerala, a country known for severe starvation and death of many of its children. PM said that infant mortality rate among the scheduled tribe community in Kerala is worse than Somalia? It is not important if one is slightly more than the other, the main point is infant mortality rates in Tribal areas of Kerala is much higher than the rest of the population and compared to a starving country like Somalia is a source of concern. Kerala government need to focus on this issue and take care of its children and citizens. Tribal leader C.M. Janu has endorsed PM’s view.
Source: Manorama Online
- 13 May 2016
HINDU TEMPLES MAY HAVE LOST CRORES OF ASSETS AND LAND DUE TO KERALA GOVT MISMANAGEMENT – SHOULD BE FREED
All Churches and Mosques are free to run their affairs, but Hindu Temples are managed by Kerala Govt. The new BJP chief says over 25,000 acres of Temple lands have been lost or encroached, and thousands of crores of age old assets and devotee offerings may have been misused or lost. So temples should be freed immediately and devotees should be allowed to manage them in a democratic manner. As we all know, Kerala has the richest Hindu Temples in the world with wealth which was given by the ruling Maharajas and devotees.
Source: Business Standard
- 23 Dec 2015