The aftermath of a bloodbath for ‘SOCIALISM’ and ‘CLASSLESS SOCEITY’

via With Inputs from Daily Pioneer published on March 16, 2008

Kannur: One week of lawless, Marxist sponsored bloodbath in
Kannur to promote ‘SOCIALISM’ and ‘CLASSLESS SOCEITY’ left behind five families
in life long grief.

BJP activist Nikhil, 22, a lorry-cleaner who earned less
than Rs 150 a day, was the only pillar of his family – father Anil, mother
Shyamala and only sister Nikhila. On March 5 afternoon, he was pulled out of
his truck and was hacked to death by CPI(M) killers. He left the world without
fulfilling the most moderate dream of the entire family – the new house he was
constructing was not even half-complete. The family would now be forever in the
palm-frond-thatched shed.

Of the four other RSS workers who were killed, two were daily-wages workers,
one an autorikshaw driver and the other a 65-year-old automobile garage hand.

KV Surendran, 65, of Illathuthazhe was father of two girls and a boy, and the
two girls are students. When he was hacked fatally inside his house on March 7
midnight, the killers could not have thought of life of others after
Surendran’s death. Forty-year-old Suresh Babu of Kodiyeri, the home village of Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, has
left behind his wife Suma and daughters Binsi and Raveena. How the death of her
father could have hit Raveena on the eve of her SSLC examinations is
everybody’s guess.

BJP sympathiser Sathyan, 38, of Venduttayi, who had found no time even to marry
amid the anxieties of looking after his aged mother and four sisters with the
meager income he earned from construction work he did, was found dead, rather
decapitated, on March 5 evening. Thirty-one-year-old Mahesh, who was killed on
March 6, was a man who toiled night and day in his driver’s seat of the
authorikshaw to earn bread for his family.

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