Popular Front of India (PFI) terrorists used 10-year-old boys to raise slogans calling for Hindu and Christian genocide in Kerala. Police remained mute spectators and refused to take any action but were forced to after central intelligence agencies launched an investigation against the extremist Islamist organization. The latest news suggests that the person who brought the minor to the rally has been arrested.
The young boy shouted that Hindus should buy flowers and rice flakes while Christians should stock amber incense, insinuating that the end is near. He was seated on someone’s shoulders, and the mob repeated the same slogans in unison. Slogans calling for Azadi, special Islamist prayers in Ayodhya and Gyan Vapi, death to non-Muslims, the genocide of Sanghis, and rants of Insha Allah Insha Allah were also heard.
The extremists cried in unison that they were not yet ready to move to Pakistan or Bangladesh and added that they would take the Sanghis there when they did move. Hapless and clueless police sheepishly said that the incident came to their notice when social media erupted and media channels flashed the sloganeer’s evil messages on TV screens. Reports suggest that police officers have clear instructions from their political masters not to upset green communist radical elements because of the upcoming bye-election in Thrikkakara.
How many such minors were used remains unknown. Police have not taken any action against the parents of the minor boy or the organizers. Alappuzha south police were forced to register a case following the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) intervention.
Popular Front Alappuzha Unit President Navas Wandan and Secretary Mujeeb are the first and second accused. It is feared that there is a political intervention to try and settle the issue with a mere warning.
That the incident went unnoticed by the police cannot be believed. Videos clearly show police buses on the sidelines of the sloganeering near the mob where the minor shouted provocative slogans. Dozens of PFI members are also seen clapping their hands and shouting in unison.
Communists and the opposition Congress/ Muslim league lack the willpower to punish such radicals. On the contrary Muslim appeasement is high on their agenda. There is resentment among non-Muslims, and the situation remains volatile.
The incident happened at a PFI rally organized in Alappuzha that had the blessings of the ruling communists and the protection of the Kerala police. The same administration had banned a Bajrang Dal rally, citing security concerns.
Terrorist mobs from all over the state converged in the district, refused to pay tolls, and called for inciting violence against non-Muslims. They blocked traffic for an hour and abused women employees at the toll gate. Police intervened and let them through. PFI leaders also threatened the media for not covering their rallies adequately.
However, media houses in Kerala are busy whitewashing these Islamist terrorist atrocities. They argue that the boy warned only those associated with the Sangh Parivar. Does that mean klling Sangh Parivar workers is justified?