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Kerala government allows PFI conference and rally but denies permission to Bajrang Dal

Disregarding intelligence reports, the Pinarayi Vijayan-led Marxist government in Kerala gave the go-ahead for a Popular Front of India (PFI) conference and rally in the sensitive Alappuzha district on Sunday. Citing security reasons, the same Kerala government banned a Bajrang Dal vehicle rally scheduled for the same day. 

To appease the Islamist terrorists, the administration banned all vehicular traffic in and around the district, except those carrying PFI cadre. Parking anywhere in the area has also been banned. The local administration decided to open the police grounds and the beach for vehicles carrying PFI workers. The district police chief is directly overseeing all arrangements for the PFI meet. 

This government move comes in the backdrop of the Intelligence ADGP informing that any such PFI rally will lead to security failures and violence. There are allegations that political interventions ensured that the terrorists would be allowed to take out the rally.

Alappuzha was recently rocked by two political killings where the victims were RSS workers, and the assassins were all trained killers from the PFI. The extremist rally comes at a time when the PFI killers of RSS Mukhya shikshak Nandu and OBC Morcha state secretary Adv. Renjith Sreenivasan are roaming free in Alappuzha. 

The rally will take place within half a kilometer of Sreenivasan’s house, where he was hacked to death. Even though the police had denied them permission, a PFI remembrance meeting to honor a terrorist named Shan who was killed happened in the same area. Similar political interventions had happened back then, and the police failed to register any complaints and remained mute spectators. The situation in the district remains tense. 

Last week, the Kerala high court observed that the PFI and its political wing, the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), are extremist organizations and asked the government why they are not banned. The court added that it did not doubt that these organizations indulge in brutal acts of violence. 

There are intelligence reports that six members of the Al-Salam terrorist group led by Mohammad Ali are trying to infiltrate Kerala. That report was handed over to the southern states by the central government two days ago. As per the report, Al-Salam has secret bases in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. 

They reportedly plan to sneak into Bharat under the guise of Sri Lankan refugees. Two Al-Salam gang members are currently lodged in a jail in Bangalore, and our intelligence agents received more information from them. Southern states have been asked to ramp up their security and be extra vigilant. 

Central intelligence agencies suspect that these terrorists are here to target members of Hindu organizations. Kerala police chief had recently ordered an investigation into a database leak within the police department, and the mobile phones of three police officers from Idukki were seized. They are suspected of stealing the personal details of RSS leaders from the Kerala police databank in Thiruvananthapuram. 

It is not known whether those terrorists have arrived or not, and the PFI rally does not help things. The chronology of events looks suspicious. Radical Islamists now aim to create fear amongst Hindus by challenging the authorities, and the communist government is helping them.

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