Reportedly, Popular Front of India (PFI) hit squads are still active in Kerala even after the terrorist outfit was banned. Experts point out two main reasons for the same. They are the laxity of the green communist state government and the inaction of the Kerala police. HinduPost has long been reporting the presence of highly radicalized Islamist officers in Kerala police who call themselves ‘Pacha Velicham’ (Green Light).
PFI Hit Squads are groups of Islamist youths attracted to religious terrorism. As evidence, those in the know indicate that Intelligence Bureau (IB) and other internal reports have discovered PFI’s secret meetings and combat training are still taking place. These are challenging times for Hindus and other religious denominations living in Kerala.
According to one IB report, several secret meetings were organized at Edavanakkad in Ernakulam district. Edavanakad is a part of Vypin islands and the hub of PFI terrorist Mohammed Mubarak A I. This was where the hit squad members were trained.
Mubarak is a PFI martial art, hit squad trainer, and practicing advocate in the Kerala High Court. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided his lair in late December and recovered an assortment of arms concealed in a badminton racket bag. They also seized axes, swords, and sickles.
NIA arrested Mubarak, and he is now cooling his heels in some jail cell in north Bharat. That he operated with impunity from his residence tells us much about policing in Kerala. Some pinpoint that this is exactly how we lost Kashmir to decades of Islamic terrorism.
“Investigations have confirmed that the PFI was raising, training, and maintaining Hit Squads in different states and districts to target leaders and members of other communities,” said the NIA.
As mentioned, PFI is active in Kerala because of the slackness shown by the Kerala Police. The NIA got information about the active hit squads by interrogating PFI terrorist Saheer K V recently. HinduPost reported how Saheer was arrested earlier this week for his role in the murder of former RSS Sharirik Pramukh A Sreenivasan. Saheer is a native of Pattambi in Palakkad district.
PFI terrorists gruesomely hacked Sreenivasan in Kerala’s Palakkad district in April last year. Saheer was absconding since the crime, carrying a reward of Rs 4,00,000. An NIA Fugitive Tracking Team (FTT) tracked him to a relative’s house in Palakkad district and arrested him.
Saheer was part of the PFI Assault and Protection Team that had carried out the targeted killing and was also responsible for protecting the main assailants of Sreenivasan. That the terrorist evaded Kerala police for so long also indicates complacency. NIA is interrogating him in detail.
PFI formed hit squads to target leaders and activists of national political movements. They are implicated in the murders of Sreenivasan and Rahul Krishna, fondly called Nandu Krishna, by his co-RSS workers. Nandu, a 22-year-old RSS Mukhya Shikshak, was brutally murdered by 25 PFI terrorists in early 2021 at Nagam Kulangara market, near Cherthala and Vayalar in Alappuzha district.
Most of the accused PFI leaders had received training in using lethal weapons. The NIA has reportedly obtained crucial information from interrogating PFI’s chief weapons trainer Mubarak. Meanwhile, NIA also has in their custody Mohammad Sadiq, who passed on information to the PFI hit squad.
Palakkad and Alappuzha are the last bastions of the Hindu majority in Kerala. This is also why the PFI has infiltrated their terrorists and concentrated on assassinating Hindu leaders in these districts. Allegedly, Hindus have slowly but surely begun an exodus from these areas to North Bharat and other countries.
Similar Hit Squad secret meetings and combat training have occurred at Aluva Kunjunnikkara and other PFI strongholds like Perumbavoor and Kothamangalam areas in Ernakulam after the PFI ban. NIA has intensified its search for more absconding accused in the case.
NIA Offers Bounty & Issues Lookout Notice
NIA has announced a reward of lakhs to those who give information about the absconding accused in the Sreenivasan murder case. Lookout notices have been issued against
Muhammad Mansoor from Palakkad Mele Pattambi
Abdul Rasheed K from Nhangattiri Palakkad
Shahul Hameed from Koottanad near Pattambi in Palakkad
Abdul Wahab V A from Paravoor, Ernakulam
Muhammad Ali K P from Ottapalam in Palakkad
One terrorist, whose name and other information are unclear.
In this lookout notice, lakhs have been offered to those who provide information about the accused. Those who give information on the accused will receive three lakhs to 7 lakh rupees. Earlier, 43 Popular Front terrorists were arrested in the case, and 52 were charged.
The NIA took over the Sreenivasan murder case on 21 December 2022. Subsequently, the NIA arrested 17 people in the case. Sreenivasan was hacked to death by PFI assailants in his shop on 16 April 2022.
Even after all this time, our police and investigating agencies could not even find the name and address of one accused! Some suggested a better and faster way to find these terrorists. NIA should question those Kerala police officers with known links to Pacha Velicham.