‘Kerala becoming testing lab of Islamic terrorism’

via www.newindpress.com published on January 23, 2006

KOLLAM: RSS pranthapracharak A Gopalakrishnan on Sunday said that Kerala had become a testing lab of global Islamic terrorism.

Delivering the keynote address at the Rashtra Raksha Sammelan at the Cantonment Ground here, he said that if a bomb explosion or a militant activity occurs anywhere, the investigation leads to Kerala.

Kerala’s long sea front has become vulnerable, which has been revealed by the Coast Guard and other agencies, which guard the territorial waters.

Referring to the demand by the Christian community for reservation benefits for the Christian converts from Dalit communities, he said that such demands would help increase the number of religious conversions in the state.

Gopalakrishnan said that the undemocratic style of functioning of the CPM workers was a threat to the peaceful atmosphere in the state.

“They are challenging the progress and harmonious co-existence of the people here” he said.

SNDP assistant secretary G Sathyan inaugurated the function. K V Dev presided over the function.

Major K A Abraham, who became handicapped in the fight against the militants in Kashmir, Subedar Major S Sasidharan Pillai, who had been a member of the IPKF that served in Sri Lanka, Kathakali artist Mayyanad Kesavan Namboodiri and handicrafts expert Adoor R Raghavan Pillai were honoured at the function.

RSS kshethriya pracharak S.Sethumadhavan, Poorva Senaparishath All-India convenor Mahesh Gandhi, ‘Janmabhoomi’ managing director K Purushothaman, Hindu Aikya Vedi state secretary M Radhakrishnan also attended the function.

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