Missionary-Jehadi nexus behind parallel telephone exchange

via HK Correspondent published on November 20, 2006

Thiruvalla: The central investigating agencies started probe into the incident of detecting the operation of a parallel telephone exchange in Thiruvalla.


The deadly combination of Christian-Jehadi nexus is behind this anti national activity in this city notorious for it’s Pentecostal missionaries.


 It seems very sinister why Jehadi’s from Kozhikode and Malappuram had started internet cafe at Thiruvalla and this issue is the main focus of investigation. This internet cafe was operating in a very modest room but paying a sum of Rs.60000/- per month towards broad-band internet services.

The net connection was subscribed in the name of an educational institution and not directly in the name of the cafe owner. Whether this was done to operate the parallel telephone exchange will be investigated.


It was found that all the tele-communication equipments were foreign-made and valued at over 10 lakh rupees. Without having an import license, these equipments cannot be imported. The source of finance of the culprits is being investigated.


The broad-band connection was obtained in name of Father Abraham Mulamootil. The probe about this parallel exchange is now focussed in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts. Shameel and Shaji who were arrested in this case were remanded by the court.

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