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PFI terrorists prepared a list of 100 RSS leaders before targeting Sreenivasan for murder

Popular Front of India (PFI) terrorists prepared a list of over one hundred Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) workers and ultimately zeroed in on A Sreenivasan, who was killed on April 16. The killers considered him the most vulnerable, so they decided to target and eliminate him. Detailed scrutiny of the mobile phones belonging to the murderers revealed this shocking information.  

Kerala police investigations confirmed that BJP state general secretary C Krishnakumar’s name featured high in the list. Other prominent members included Yuva Morcha district president Prasanth Sivan and BJP district general secretaries. The gravity of the issue should be understood from the fact that the list features RSS workers from the Palakkad district alone and contain elaborate details like mobile phone numbers, addresses, and location maps.   

Top PFI leaders are said to have conspired and prepared the new list. PFI wanted riots in Palakkad as retaliation for the murder of a PFI goon named Subair on April 15. They swiftly moved a bunch of PFI terrorists from Pattambi for this purpose. This group then coordinated with terrorists in Palakkad who had received professional training to murder. 

PFI leaders gave the team 24 hours to plan and execute the murder. They were given the list of RSS leaders and their location and were ordered to murder and slink back into the society unnoticed. RSS leaders were numbered as per the hierarchy, and unfortunately for Sreenivasan, he was last on that list. 

Sreenivasan was the former RSS Palakkad district Sharirik Shikshan Pramukh. He had stopped actively participating in party matters and concentrated on his business. Sreenivasan was also the most vulnerable. The terrorists scouted and, at the last moment, settled for Sreenivasan since he was the easiest target for them. 

Two terrorists named Basit and Rishin, who were arrested, are said to have prepared the detailed list. The assassins conducted a recce of those on that list and studied the surroundings. Police found details about the conspiracy from the mobile phones of the accused. Investigators have taken the details of those on the murder list seriously. The whole police force is on high alert to prevent another untoward incident in the district.

Earlier it had come to light that an Imam attached to the local mosque named Saddam Hussain was involved in the conspiracy and provided hideouts to the terrorists. It is also alleged that he helped stockpile weapons inside the mosques. The previous Imam from the same mosque was accused of RSS worker Sanjith’s murder in November 2021. The police are yet to arrest him, and he is still on the run, but Hussain has been arrested. Such repeated incidents have exposed how mosques in Kerala are being misused for terrorist and anti-national activities. 

Safad, one of the terrorists who were arrested, is also an active communist worker. He is accused of pelting stones at the Palakkad district BJP office during the Sabarimala protests when the communists took out rallies in the name of feminism. The same green communist ladies in hijab who are not allowed inside mosques were at the forefront of those protests.    

The Marxists in Kerala will go to any extent to appease these radical Islamists. The Kerala Fire Force department provides fire and rescue training for the same PFI terrorists that the central government is considering banning. PFI sleeper cells are suspected to have infiltrated every government department in the state.  

Green Light, a PFI-affiliated sleeper cell, has infiltrated the police force in Kerala. They are the ones who allegedly leak vital information about local RSS leaders to the terrorists. One such police constable named PK Anas was earlier dismissed from service, but the government initiated no legal action against him. Anas had leaked a similar list of 150 RSS workers in the Alappuzha district, and his betrayal led to the murder of OBC Morcha leader advocate Renjith Sreenivasan. 

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