Sunil Kumar murder : Hindu Aikya Vedi staged protest march

via HK Correspondent published on December 22, 2006

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM : Hindu Aikya Vedi staged a massive protest march and Sathyagraha in front of the Government Secretariat on December 20 against pervasive brutality against Hindu social workers by Jihadi terrorists and Marxists gangs. Kummanam Rajasekharan, General Secretary of Hindu Aikya Vedi inaugurated the Sathyagraha. 


Teary eyed Sathyabhama, mother of Sunil Kumar murdered by Jihadis at Kilimanoor, his widow Sulabha, children Sreenath, Srijith, Sreedevi, Sulabha’s mother Thulasi and several friends of the victim and colleagues took part in the Sathyagraha in front of the Government Secretariat. Their tears were those of frustration with justice delayed and denied. The Marxist government’s indifference is so pervasive in investigating, arresting and prosecuting the murderers of RSS district leader Sunil Kumar. The protest march was in their quest to see justice.


“If there is one glaring problem with the Marxist government today, it is that they do not know the pain, agony and sufferings of the victim’s families. The Marxist leaders seem to have a really hard time realizing that their actions are causing the deaths of several Hindus social workers.” Kummanam Rajasekharan stated while inaugurating the protest Sathyagraha. In the evening, P. Parameswaran, Bharathiya Vichar Kendra gave lime juice fasting participants to end the Sathyagraha. Kummanam has emphatically stated that if the Marxist government is not interested in arresting the murderers of Sunil Kumar, Hindu Aiyka Vedi will be forced to continue struggle for justice. He reiterated that Kerala is fast becoming a paradise for terrorists. Whether it is deliberate government paralysis or political support, terrorists are roaming freely all over Kerala. The Police and government agencies are in possession of detailed intelligence reports on terrorists’ activities in Kerala. Police officials and ministers who sit in almost absolute power over the people are fully conscious of their inaction and indifference. Their callous lack of empathy for the suffering Hindu victims is visible to the public. Marad Judicial Commission has clearly indicated names of terrorist financiers, arms suppliers and terrorism organizers. Police have all the information on the terrorists. But so far the police have not arrested terrorists involved in murder, bombing, and arson throughout Kerala. A Pakistani terrorist Mohamed Hafad was recently arrested in Mysore for his terrorist related activities. He had visited several areas in Malabar to coordinate terrorism. In spite of clear information, Kerala police have not yet questioned or apprehended any of his coconspirators or cohorts in Malabar.


In his speech J. Sisupalan, President of Hindu Aikya Vedi has said “murder of Sunil Kumar is not an isolated incident. NDF terrorist mafia members are roaming every streets of Kerla. They are visible at the government power centers, party officers, at the house of Government ministers and police officials. There is unholy nexus among the NDF mafia, police, political parties and the government. It seems that there is no Chief Minister in control. Cabinet Ministers are working for cross purposes enabling terrorists to continue their criminal activities. Jihadi terrorists are connected to the international terror groups. If they are not apprehended soon Kerala will become a den for criminals, terrorists and murderers. Mathruka Publication General manager M. Sivads, BMS Deputy General Secretary Dwariai Raj,  District Sanghachalak Prof. N. Gopikuttan, Hindu Aikka Vedi State Secretaries M. Gopal, G. Padmakumar, District President Koliyakottu Mohanan, RSS Vibhak Pracharak S. Sudarsan, Hindu Aikka Vedi leaders R. Kannan, Kilimanoor Suresh, BJP leadersThottukavu Sasi, Kailasam Suresh and Hareendranath spoke at the protest march.

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