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RSS worker Yashwant hacked in Kannur, Kerala – in critical condition

A Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) worker named Yashwant alias Ambadi (30) from Lakshmipuram House was brutally hacked in Kannur, a CPM stronghold from where CM Pinarayi Vijayan was elected to the Kerala assembly. Yashwant is a native of Vadakkumnad near New Mahe, Thalassery, and is in critical condition. He was admitted to Indira Gandhi Hospital in Thalassery, and later shifted to Kannur MIMS Hospital intensive care unit ventilator due to his severe wounds.

Yashwant is a Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) worker, and the attack occurred around 5:30 pm on Sunday. Reports suggested that his attackers called him on his mobile, after which Yashwant, a bus driver, reached Edayilpeedika with his bus, where he was hacked. He has injuries to his posterior area, legs, and arms.

New Mahe police are patrolling the streets but have not been able to identify the attackers. Suspiciously, leftist media painted the brutal attack as ‘personal rivalry.’

More police forces are expected to be deployed in the area. Top police officials are also camping at the spot, and Thalassery Assistant Commissioner of Police Nidhin Raj IPS is heading the investigation. Both the CPM goons and the Popular Front of India (PFI) terrorists are known to use sharp weapons to eliminate their enemies. 

Further details are awaited.

Last week, CPM goons attacked the RSS Seva Kendra Sarathi Club building near Chokli Police Station in Kannur district. They pelted stones that shattered the window panes of the office. BJP Kadirur Mandal Secretary Biju alleged that CPM workers were behind the attack. Though Kerala police registered a case against five CPM members, the media and the police downplayed the incident. No arrests were made.

HinduPost had reported the brutal lynching of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) volunteer Jimnesh (32) in late July by CPM goons at Panunda in the Kuthuparamba area of Kannur district. RSS volunteers had gathered at the house of T Akshay in Pinarayi to participate in the Guru Dakshina (Offerings to the Guru) event, which all shakhas conduct around the festival of Guru Purnima. 

CPM goons attacked the volunteers and critically injured Jimnesh. He died the next day while undergoing treatment on July 26. Immediately after the attack, Leftist media began a propaganda campaign that Jimnesh died of a ‘heart attack.’ Though doctors clearly expressed their reservations about the heart attack theory, police repeated the CPM hypothesis and did not investigate further. 

Trouble has been brewing in Kannur since the Popular Front of India (PFI) top brass were arrested in a pre-dawn swoop in late September led by National Investigation Agency (NIA) officers. Violent incidents were reported during the hartal call by terrorist supporters in response to the raid. The arrests happened on a Thursday, and the next day, Friday, protestors threw a petrol bomb at the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh office and pelted stones at buses, injuring several people in the district.

Earlier that day, PFI protesters threw stones at several locations, including Uliyil, Aralam, and Valapattanam in Kannur. Driver Aneesh from Dharmadam Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus depot was hurt as protesters stoned the moving bus near Uliyil. In the vicinity of Uliyil’s Ayurveda Hospital, attackers torched a motorcycle using petrol bombs.

A Nived, a Kannur airport employee, was attacked when returning from duty. He was severely injured and taken to Iritty Taluk Hospital. A new KSRTC bus traveling to Mookambika temple from Valapattanan was stoned, and in a separate incident, a 15-year-old girl from Valapattanam named Anakha was hurt during the stone-throwing. Terrorists attacked the occupants of a car in Aralam. Tires were set on fire to obstruct traffic on the Bangalakunnu road in Peravoor. 

Unless central security forces are urgently deployed in Kannur, the ruling regime and still-free cadre of the just-banned terrorist outfit PFI will ensure that BJP/RSS workers and their families are targeted and ultimately cleansed in the district. 

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