A Kerala story of election soup of crab-sidle

published on March 21, 2009

Pension to jehadi training ustads

By DR C I Issac

The appeasement of minorities at the expense of the majority, the
Hindus, has covered another milestone in the history of Kerala’s
political evolution. The Left Democratic Front (LDF)’s Government of
Kerala decision to give Rs. 4,000 per month as pension to the madrasa
teachers (Ustads) is another chocolate to the jehadi forces of Kerala.
No doubt, it is an election strategy of CPI(M) to woo the Muslim vote
bank of Kerala. The recent state budget had provided Rs. 100 million
for the implementation of the Sachar Proposals in the state. The state
government was in search of finding provisions to spend such a huge
amount of money to the rich and prosperous Muslims of Kerala. CPI(M)’s
Muslim comrade ministers Paloli Ahamed Kutty and Elamaram Kareem were
in search of finding solutions to the Marxist party’s gusto. Thus, the
new proposal of pension is the brain child of these Muslim comrades.
Recently, the Central Government decided to make the madrasa education
equivalent to CBSE, the most prestigious formal education in India. It
is the paradox that this decision was taken by HR ministry when the
fundamentalist and theocratic Muslim courtiers all over are thinking to
find provision to bind up or modify the barbarous form of education
that is madrasa.

In the case of Kerala, a LDC having thirty years of state
service is getting hardly a pension amount of Rs. 3000/-. The new
budgetary proposal of the State government assures Rs. 4000/- as
pension to the teachers of madrasa. As a part of formal obligation to
religious laws they are sending their young ones to the madrasas.
Simultaneously, those living in most remote villages are sending their
boys and girls compulsorily to the secular schools. Notwithstanding to
see these facts the Marxist party is overenthusiastic to extend
‘rewards’ to those who are striving to pull-back the society to the
“golden days” of 7th century tribal primitive life of Arabia. A lion
share of the madrasa teachers are not at all Arabic scholars. They
hardly read and write the Quranic verses without knowing its meaning,
is the real situation of Kerala. Above all, most of them have no basic
education or even not bearing the qualification to court the State
Government’s last grade jobs. In addition to it the madrasa teachership
is the last option of an average Muslim of Kerala. More over, the
minimum required service to entitle them for pension is ten year
madrasa service. The proof of their service is the letter from a mosque
as in the case of the appointment of Arabic teachers in the aided and
government schools in the seventies of the last century. On the other
hand, a government employee is entitled to pension must have a service
of more than fifteen years. What an illogicality it is? No doubt it is
an encouragement to the barbarous concept of darul Islam.

Another offer of the LDF government is an additional soup of
Rs. 1000/- every month as scholarship to Muslim girls. The Muslims
girls are second to none now-a-days in Kerala. For instance, for the
last five years the top scorers in the SSLC, HSC, Medical and
Engineering Entrance examinations are Muslim girls from the Malappuram
district. Especially the state’s women population irrespective of their
religious status are completely literate. Above all, the latest
economic survey conducted by the Marxist party’s intellectual wing
revealed that one amongst three Muslim households has a Gulf employed
person. But in the case of Hindus, it is one in ten households. All
this prove that the Muslim population of Kerala is in all respect
far-ahead to its Hindu counterparts.

The Muslim community owns 95 aided arts and science colleges,
3 medical colleges, 16 engineering colleges as against the entire Hindu
jatis educational institutional ownership of 72, 3, 10 respectively.
The Government of Kerala is eagerly striving (Bhaggeratha Yagnam) to
bring the centre of Aligarh Muslim University at Malappuram without
considering the Muslim educational excellence in the state. This
university from its very inception functioned as the epicentere of
Muslim fanaticism and communal vivisection of India. The purpose of the
Taliban Muslims of Aligarh and Kerala are the extension of the 20th
century communal divide of Northern India to the South India. The
coalition politics of Kerala now as the part of its foolery of wooing
vote banks, knowingly or unknowingly becoming instrumental to the long
time strategy of pan-Islamism.

It is the short cut of the CPI(M) to secure the benevolence of
the anti-national Muslim sect under the command of Jamaat-e-Islami in
the coming general election.

In all spheres of socio-economic life of Kerala the minority
communities like Christians and Muslims are excels far more better than
the Hindus. While considering the numbers of BPL families, Hindu jatis
are at the top of social ranking as compared to other minority
communities. On the other hand, in the case of intake of high calorie
nutritious food, good living conditions, best education the minority
communities are far-ahead to the Hindu jatis.

All this appeasement policies of the power-mongering
politicians of Kerala will invite irrecoverable disasters to the South.
The 580-km of unchecked strategically sensitive international
border—that is the coastline—is the chief attraction of the Muslim
fanatics of Kerala and ISI. Above all, since the beginning of the
history this international border was protected by its Hindu fishermen
communities. Now the ongoing and long duration conspiracy of
proselytism through persecution, allurement and annihilation, the Hindu
fishermen are eliminated from most part of the coastal regions of
Kerala. The remaining Hindu fishermen are not economically or
politically strong enough to withstand the challenges posed by the
pan-Islamic forces of Kerala. So the politicians’ competitive soaps of
pension, scholarships, job reservations, etc going on in Kerala will
invite another blood bath of division along with the annihilation of
its Hindu life. It is the time to react the entire India in one voice
against these improper dealings of at least its national labeled
political parties. May I propose a little change to text of the 19th
century call of Swami Vivekananda as: “these Malabari politicians are
to be treated with derision by every patriotic society of India until
they end their minority appeasement at the expense of the majority
Hindu community”.

(The writer can be contacted at Chavanickamannil Vadavathoor, Kottayam, Kerala-686 010 email:[email protected])

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