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Islamists on a Free Run in Kerala: Hindu Aikyavedi District Secretary’s house Vandalised in Cherthala by PFI Goons

WebdeskFeb 26, 2021, 09:02 AM IST

Islamists on a Free Run in Kerala: Hindu Aikyavedi District Secretary’s house Vandalised in Cherthala by PFI Goons

The house of the Hindu Aikyavedi Alappuzha District secretary was attacked yesterday night by the Islamist fundamentalists. The attack has happened within days of an RSS Swayamsevak, Nandu Krishna (22) being murdered by the goons of PFI. Islamist forces going on a free-run to terminate nationalist voices in Kerala is becoming a serious concern.   PFI had made similar plans to kill Hindu leaders in UP, which was foiled by the UP police by arresting 2 Islamists who belonged to the PFI.   Yesterday, Islamists attacked the house of Adv. P Rajesh, the district secretary of Hindu Aikyavedi. His vehicles parked outside were destroyed. It is important to note that the attack on Adv Rajesh’s property took place hours after the arrest of 8 PFI goons who had murdered   The district administration has imposed section 144 in the Cherthala and Ambalappuzha taluks.

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