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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

The Kerala Story is not Hindutva fiction, world is waking up to love jihad and grooming

“The Kerala Story is not Hindutva fiction, world is waking up to love jihad and grooming”, First Post, May 6, 2023:

“The year was 2010. One of India’s chief ministers and cleanest of politicians publicly uttered words that left the Left-‘liberal’ ecosystem first bewildered, then bellicose.

He said: “Their plan is to make Kerala a Muslim state in the next 20 years. For that, they are luring youngsters, offering them money and insisting that they marry Hindu girls to increase the Muslim population. This is how they are growing their majority and these tricks are working.”

This leader was not from the BJP or the RSS and its affiliates. It was the Marxist veteran and CPM’s stalwart from Kerala, VS Achuthanandan….”

Read the full article at Firstpost.com

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