Ram Madhavji Inaugurated Second Maradu Struggle

via HK published on May 3, 2008

Kozhikode

: Thousands of Hindus attended 5th Anniversary
of Maradu Massacre, here at Muthalakulam Maidan on Friday evening.

RSS National Functionary Shri
Ram Madhavji

inaugurated Second Maradu Struggle,
demanding the implementation of Maradu Commission report which ordered for a
CBI Enquiry to expose th ewider conspiracy and financial dealings behind the massacre which killed Eight Hindus.


 

Addressing the massive
crowd of Nationalistic Hindus, Ram Madhavji appreciated them for standing against the
odds in Kerala.Unlike in other parts of
state, Impressive growth of Sangh in Kerala is without any shades or blessings
of those in power. Sangh is now a force to reckon with in Kerala and the
present elevated stature is the result of committed and dedicated Swayamsevaks
who served the society selflessly and of those Balidanis who gave their life.

He exhorted the Swayamsevaks
to work forward from the “Pain of the Mother- who lost her son”. Whole Hindu society
should come forward in support of those Mothers who lost their Son.
 
The deadly Marxist-Islamic,
MI nexus is the new threat faced not only by India but
Internationally. There is a concerted effort by Marxists to support Global Jihadi
Terrorism. Marxists use Jihadi’s as a tool to attack the common enemies by hook
and crook.

Jihadi’s are utilizing
Communists to destabilize the Nation by aligning with Maoist’s. Nepal is slowly becoming a haven for Pakistan and Bangladesh supported Jihadi
Terrorists, Told Ram Madhavji addressing the crowd.

District wise protest
meets are organised today, across the state. RSSState leader Shri
Nandakumar, HAV leaders Maradu Suresh and E.S.Biju addressed the  function.  


 

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