Nationalistic Muslims and Comrades extends support to Surendran

published on April 7, 2009





Kasargode:
BJP candidate in Kasargode is not only winning the hearts of Hindus and CPM
rebels but also of Nationalistic Muslims.


 

Even
in  Muslim dominated places in Kasargode
like Kanghangad, Nationalistic Muslim youths are campaigning for the victory of
Surendran.


 

Sending
shivers into CPM camp who is opposing Surendran with the help of all three terrorist
elements in Kerala soceity- PDP, NDF and Jamaith Islami in Kasargode, More than
Hundred Nationalistic Muslim youth assembled infront of Parapalli Mosque to
welcome Surendran.


 

To
the astonishment of Pseudo Seculars, Surendran was invited by Mosque
authorities and requested him to visit the Mosque. They complained that because
of the activities of Jihadi terrorists Nationalistics like them are also
brandished as traitors. They are also aware about the pseudosecular stands of both
LDF and UDF.


 

Apart
from the support from this unexpected quarter, Hundreds of  CPM activists also started campaigning for
Surendran in the Communist stronghold of Kallyasseri, Kayyur, Karivellur areas.
These all places are the impregnable fort of Communism. Here the comrades feel themselves
betrayed by the CPM leadership and the way they promote a Anti National like
Abdul Nasser Madni.


 

CPM
election meets are also not attracting public even in their strongholds. Even
for the campaign participated by their Polit bureau member Sitharam Yechury,
there were hardly 300 activists.  


 

Many
comrades who are now campaigning for Surendran in Kasrgode made it clear that “Their
conscious will not allow them to seek vote with those who send men to fight the
soldiers of our Motherland in Kashmir”


 
 
 
 
 
 


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