The Kerala government should declare the Moplah massacre as Hindu genocide, demanded RSS-affiliate Prajna Pravah convener J Nandakumar.
“It was a well-planned Hindu genocide in which more than 10000 Hindus were massacred in one region. They were Hindus who refused to convert and so were massacred. The Kerala government should recongnise the sufferings of the people,” J Nandakumar said to Organiser.
He added, “The families of the 1921 Hindu genocide are suffering trans-generational trauma. And their pain is unbearable when they see the mass murderers being recognized as freedom fighters.”
The Communist government is whitewashing history, and what even Babasaheb Ambedkar has said about it is being ignored, said J Nandakumar.
Babasaheb Ambedkar has said the 1921 Moplah massacre was not even a riot, but mass murder and Hindu genocide. Annie Besant and G Nair has also written in detail about the 1921 Moplah massacre.
Forget about recognizing the pain and sufferings of the Hindus and their families, the Kerala government is constructing memorials for the mass murderers.
VK Haji, who led the mass murder of Muslims, is celebrated as a freedom fighter by the Communist government of Kerala.
The level of whitewashing is such that, in the Mallapuram district of the Malabar area, there is not a single statue of any freedom fighter.
J Nandakumar said to Organiser, “We demand that the Kerala government build a memorial to honour the memories of the victims of the 1921 Moplah Hindu genocide.”
Currently, the Kerala government is celebrating the memories of the mass murders and providing them with all sorts of incentives. The mass murderers of the Moplah Hindu genocide were declared freedom fighters by the Communist government of Kerala.
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