Sunil Kumar, victim of NDF-CPI(M) conspiracy

via HK Correspondent published on May 10, 2006

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: RSS leader Sunil Kumar who was murdered in a gruesome manner on Tuesday morning is yet another victim of the evil designs being hatched by the CPI(M) and the NDF terrorists. The timing of the murder is noteworthy since the terrorists immaculately planned and executed it on the eve of the counting of the votes of the Assembly election. The National Development Front, Kerala’s version of Taliban, knows very well that in the event of a CPI(M) victory, they need not worry about the consequences of the dastardly act.


The NDF terrorists who killed the RSS Kannur Boudhik Pramukh Ashwini Kumar are yet to be arrested though it is more than a year. Sunil Kumar, a native of Kilimanoor was a widely respected and loved for his sincerity and industrious nature. The NDF terrorists select their targets with an eye to incapacitate the Hindu community. Whether it be Prakash of Chavakkadu or Ashwin or Sunil, these Islamic terrorists ensure that all dedicated cadre of the Hindu movement are eliminated one by one. With the tacit support extended by the police and political parties like Congress, CPI(M), Muslim League and the Kerala Congresses, the NDF terrorists can walk scot-free after murdering the Hindu leaders.


It may be noted that though it is more than one year, the Kerala Police have failed miserably to book the murderers of Ashwin Kumar. The killers of Sunil too walk to freedom because of the support given to them by the CPI(M).


Meanwhile the hartal called by the BJP and various other Hindu organization in Thiruvananthapuram district in protest against the murder of Sunil was total with most of the government and semi-government offices remaining closed. KSRTC and private buses did not ply on Wednesday. Even autos kept off the city roads.

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