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Halal economy behind PFI attack on fish vendors and Uppinangady police station in Karnataka?

Karnataka Police have arrested two Popular Front of India criminals named Sarfuddin, 31, and Muhammad Irfan, 24, from Puttur town near Uppilangady for lethally attacking Hindu fish vendors on December 6. According to the police, both of them were charged with an attempt to murder.

Post sunset on December 6, around 2 dozen terrorists armed with machetes, swords and rods arrived in Uppinangady in a car and multiple bikes. Mohandas Shetty and his brother Ashok Shetty, sons of Anni Shetty, were selling fish to Mahesh. The Islamists hacked all 3, including the customer. The brothers are  Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) workers.

Incidentally, this is the same roadside fish shop that ‘unknown miscreants’ set on fire towards the end of August last year, destroying the shop and the stock. Back then Ashok told the police that the previous day a few persons had threatened him against running his fish business. At the time, Uppinangady police said the incident was an attempt to ‘provoke communal clashes’ in the region, but its not clear if any one was arrested. Locals believe that if police had acted firmly back in August, the PFI criminals wouldn’t have been emboldened to attack the brothers in December. 

It became evident that the attackers were either the D or at best the C division cadre since they were heard shouting orders to each other calling out their names. The victims later informed the police that the terrorists spoke Byari, a language spawned by the Islamists in the Kerala Karnataka border and called out names like Naushad, Rauf, Shair, Ashraf and Rashid. The A team that works in a trained manner is reserved for state-level leaders of Hindu organizations.

Arrests followed and on December 13 night Mohammed Sinan spilled the names of his PFI colleagues Mohammed Zakaria, Mustafa and Hamid. When they were called for questioning, rioters started to gather in front of the police station shouting slogans demanding their release. Police let off PFI District President Hamid and the PFI activists took out a ‘victory march’ only to regroup demanding the release of the others.

By sunset, Section 144 was imposed by the Tahsildar but more PFI cadre began to gather and around 9 pm the police informed them about the restrictions and violations. Several PFI cadre from Puttur, Bantwala and Belthangady had reached the spot and they tried to storm the police station armed with sharp weapons. Sub-inspector Omana and other women police personnel who tried to stop them were assaulted and the police caned the activists, dispersing them.

As if these actions were not enough, the PFI A team resorted to classic terrorist behavior that is synonymous with Islamist terrorists worldwide. They took out weapons and empty soda bottles from an ambulance parked nearby and attacked the police. Some ran into the local mosque and once inside, continued to pelt the police with stones. 

Nine police personnel including Puttur Deputy Superintendent of Police Gana P. Kumar, Circle Inspector Umesh Uppalike, Sub-inspector Omana were injured.

As if to rub salt into the administrative wounds, the same trouble mongers (under the banner of Citizen Groups) then had the nerve to condemn the police lathi-charge and even demanded a judicial inquiry. They said that what the PFI terrorists indulged in was a ‘peaceful protest’!

The modus operandi

PFI has been using street-level volunteers to create havoc in and around communally volatile areas of Uppinangady in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka. Islamists have openly insulted Muslim ladies who buy goods from Hindu shop-owners and have proudly uploaded their images on social media to wage economic jihad against Hindus. The original seeds of discontent were sown way back by the same PFI by making their cadre disregard all Hindu sensitivities. 

Emboldened by government apathy, gangs numbering 20-25 have begun harassing Hindu businesses and their Hindu customers, Hindu activists say. They are part of a silent mob attack that is attacking small businesses and the motive is purely financial. All this violence is part and parcel of an economic jihad which aims to remove Hindus from trade, especially from certain parts of the food industry.

It needs to be probed whether the Uppinangady attack was an operation by the Halal mafia using PFI goons to intimidate Hindus who sell meat and fish. The attack on the customer in the fish shop owned by the Shetty brothers shows that this was no ordinary political violence, but the intent was to instill terror in customers’ minds too.

Left unchecked, our denial will end in lakhs of jobs being lost and the whole meat industry will be in the hands of a select few Islamists, like it is in most parts of Kerala. Comparisons with Kerala do not end in the 42% Muslim population in Uppinangady, and that too, as per data from a decade ago.

Another major import from Kerala that benefitted the PFI immensely is communism. Speaking about the attack on the VHP workers, Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) State president Muneer Katipalla alleged that the Government is behind the violence and that there was a need for the police to exercise restraint. This came even before the police station was attacked! The PFI and the CPM are soulmates and the Islamist infiltration is pretty obvious.

Hindus who have been left out of the meat and fish wholesale industry are now reduced to street vending fish. Vishwa Hindu Parishad has urged the Karnataka government to ban the PFI, something that the NIA recommended way back in 2017. 

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