Sunil Kumar Murder : Widow and three children for hunger strike

via HK Correspondent published on December 19, 2006

Kilimanoor: The widow and three children of Hindu Aikya Vedi district leader and RSS District Seva Pramukh Shri. Sunil Kumar who was murdered by NDF terrorists few months will be going on hunger strike in front of the secretariat today demanding immediate arrest of the culprits. Although Sunil Kumar was brutally murdered in front of eye-witnesses near Kilimanoor Mahadeva temple months ago, no one was arrested till now. The Hindu Aikya Vedi said that the present LDF govt  is trying to eliminate this murder case to save the Islamic terrorists. The HAV was conducting a series of protests and strike to put pressure on the government to arrest the culprits for the last seven months. Altough the case was handed over to crime branch, no progress was made in arresting the terrorists.


The hunger strike will be inaugurated by HAV state general secretary Shri. Kumannam Rajasekharan at 10.30 am today. 


It was on 7th of May 2006 Sunil Kumar was brutally murdered by the NDF terrorists who arrived in a Qualis van. The investigation team has already confirmed the hand of NDF behind the murder but failed to make any arrest so far. There was also report that as instructed by the NDF state leadership some Middle East based NRIs has committed the murder while they came on vacation.


The MLA of kilimanoor N. Rajan was told in the assembly by the home minister that the killers would be arrest soon but it was just an empty words. Kumar’s killing is just a part of the continuous attacks on committed Hindu activists by the goons of NDF and DYFI. After this murder, a large catch of weapons and country made bombs was recovered from the nearby mosque at Kadakkal and the NDF goons had created unrest in that area but the authorities has not taken any steps towards curbing the menace of this Islamic terrorists of Kerala.

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