Communists cannot bring development: RSS leader

via (Pioneer News Service/ Kochi) published on January 16, 2006

Communists, who present themselves as angels of development now, have always been against development as only in a society filled with poverty and misery can communism exist, said RSS leader KC Kannan while speaking at a public meeting conducted as part of the ‘Bekal Fort to East Fort’ Rashtraraksha Sanchalan.

Rashtraraksha Sanchalan, an all-Kerala route march being conducted by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to promote nationalism, began on January 5 at Bekal Fort, Kasargode and will end on the Republic Day at Thiruvananthapuram

Speaking of the anti-development nature of communism, Mr Kannan, the national Saha Saririk Sikshan Pramukh, said, “We gave them five chances. But what development did they bring? Kasargode, Kannur and Alappuzha, known as the strongholds of communism, remain as the least developed districts in Kerala.”

Stating that the members of Hindu community were being cheated in the name of secularism, he said, “The Hindu society has been drugged with the opium called secularism. We haven’t had a single Hindu Education Minister save K Chandrasekhar, and his appointment was for namesake.”

Expressing his concern over burgeoning Christianisation, Mr Kannan said, “Nagaland and Mizoram have almost 90 per cent been Christianised by now. It is Malayalees who lead the Christianisation process there. Ninety-five per cent of those engaged in Christianisation in the North-East are from Kerala, of which 75 per cent are from Kottayam and 50 per cent specifically from Pala.”

Stating that the Indian Hindus are sleeping, Mr Kannan said, “When Pope says they will convert people to Christianity, he is denied entry to Muslim countries but he is welcomed by Bharat. We have already lost the North-Eastern States through Christianisation.”

Communist terrorism is engulfing Bharat from all sides, said Mr Kannan. “When the Government of Nepal couldn’t control communists effectively, the King seized power. He asked help from our Government when he needed arms but our Government denied it as Indian communists opposed the move,” he said.

The meeting was attended by several RSS leaders and noted personalities including State head PEB Menon, State secretary AR Mohanan, district head Dr Ayyappan Pillai, Major GK Nair and former Kerala football team captain PK Subramanian, popularly known as Captain Mani.

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