Popular Front Violence – A Ploy to obstruct ongoing RSS 0TC Camp

via HK published on April 25, 2011

Ottapalam: The violence initiated by Popular Front terrorists and their political wing SDPI was a calculated move to obstruct the RSS OTC camp ( Pratham Varsha Sangh Siksha Varg ) being held at Nadaparam Highschool , Thiruvegapura Paruthur. More than 400 swayamsevaks are taking part in the ITC camp held here from April 17th and will end on May 7th. By creating communal violence, Popular front hoped that Police forces will  issue orders to cancel the ITC camp.

The camp was getting good support from the locals there including Muslims. Water for the camp was arranged from houses belonging to Muslims as well. School authorities were threatened first by   these Jihadi terrorists. Later Muslims who gave water to camp were threatened.

Abdul Rahaman known as Kunhappu was former Panchayath member in Paruthur. He was in the forefront to isolate Popular front terrorists in the area and encouraged Muslim families to provide support to OTC camp being held in their neighbourhood.This Abdul Rahman attacked by SDPI terrorists and they were quick to spread the rumour that , he was hacked by RSS activists!.

Hearing the name Abdul Rahman aka Kunhappu, media bought the SDPI rumour mill story that a Muslim was attacked by Hindu Fascists!! Popular front terrorists then attacked Bajrangdal leader Renjith’s house and pictured it as a retaliatory attack by them against the attack on Abdul Rahman. The sole agenda behind all these orchestarated attacks were to malign the RSS camp held nearby. RSS Swayamsevaks who show remarkable restraint inspite of repeated provocation had won the respect of locals in the area.    

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