Blood for Blood

via HK published on December 2, 2006

A new trend is now emerging in the attacks of Hindu nationalists in the country, especially in Kerala. From the earlier days of targeting sangh leaders the communists have gone down and the taken the game to a much dangerous level where they have started targeting sangh shakha attendees also.

The murder of Biju in the capital in broad daylight has opened up a new scenario in the country. Biju didn’t hold any official position in the RSS or the parivar organizations, but he was known for his courage and was always in the front ranks when it came to shakha activites and other programmes. Because of his active involvement he has always been
the target of the Marxist party’s hate campaign. Any and every case against the parivar is registered in Biju’s name always. Even the attacks on a sangh karyakarta’s house was registered in Biju’s name.

It is a great irony that Biju was murdered in cold blood after he was returning from a blood donation camp at the medical college held by the RSS to commemorate the Balidan Divas of Jaikrishnan Master, another person who had to give his life for the organisation. Jaikrishnan master was killed in a classroom full of children.

Probably the marxist goons found it apt to kill Biju as he returned from donating blood in memory of another swayamsevak whose blood they had tasted. Its blood for blood.

Haindava  Keralam would like to warn the Marxists and their brothers in arms the NDF that the Swayamsevaks in Kerala will be ready to come in dozens and lay down their life for the organisation they believe in. But if the parivar starts its retaliation all over the religion or ideology will be enough to keep your flock together.

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