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IUML youths raise anti-Hindu slogans in Kerala

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Kasargod. Workers of Muslim Youth League, the youth wing of Indian Union Muslim League (IUML), raised violent and provocative slogans against Hindus in connection with ‘anti-Manipur Issue  campaign’. The participants in the march raised the slogan “Hndus will be hanged in the temples and burnt alive”. Its videos are alive. Later on, Muslim Youth League sate general secretary P.K. Firoz released a press release stating that Abdul Salam, Youth League worker from Kanhangad Municipality, Kasaragod district, is sacked from the organisation.

However, it is pity that police have not registered any case so far in this regard. It has invited the wrath of the Hindu and nationalist organisations. Hindu Aikya Vedi spokesman R.V. Babu reacted that sacking is welcome. But, it can only be viewed as a face saving exercise and nothing else. It is to camouflage the fundamentalist face of IUML. They are trying to save themselves from the shame of their exposed anti-Hindu stand.

Once again, the tight competition between the ruling CPM-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) and Opposition Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) to grab the Muslim votes is exposed. None of them has not denounced the incident, thanks to their Minority Vote Bank politics.

Impartial observers wonder what is the connection between Hindus in Kerala and Manipur incident. The incident once again proves that outlawed PFI’s influence grows enormously in IUML, Congress and CPM in the state. Last year a child raised similar slogans in a PFI state rally in Alappuzha. It was against both Hindus and Christians. After several days, a case was registered against a man who carried that child on his shoulders. But what happened to that case is one million dollar question. Last week, A.N. Shamseer, the Kerala Assembly Speaker, while addressing school students, insulted Hindu Gods and stated that Hindu myths block scientific development.

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