Popular Front of India (PFI) terrorists allegedly embedded in Kerala police blocked action against the PFI cadre who indulged in violence. Such PFI members in Kerala police do not allow stern police legal action against the banned outfit. A report has come out that a police officer helped the PFI members arrested for violence during the illegal hartal conducted by the anti-nationals.
The illegal hartal, on which the Kerala HC had to clamp down following reports of police indifference, was announced to oppose the National Investigative Agency (NIA) investigation against PFI and the following arrests. That day’s violence only helped cement citizens’ and the court’s opinion about the terror outfit. PFI showed its true colors and was promptly banned.
New evidence also showed Kerala police raiding a PFI martial arts camp around six months ago, but no arrests were made, and the matter was suppressed. Around 200 terrorists from Kerala and other states participated in the PFI camp. PFI also conducted an arms camp in end-August, but the Kerala police reportedly did not even know about the incident.
Even now, though drug-running and gold smuggling cases have come down, arms and weapons have not been seized. PFI’s political wing, the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), remains untouched by the ban. Banning the SDPI will affect the ruling communist regime since they share the rule in many areas. Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan has ordered Kerala police not to show any haste in clamping down on these terrorists.
Perumbavoor police arrested three PFI workers who vandalized a Kerala state (KSRTC) bus during the hartal declared by PFI last Friday. CA Ziyad, a senior Civil Police Officer (CPO) attached to Kalady police station, reached Perumbavoor police station and provided the necessary assistance to the three terrorists. Other police officers at the station tried to dissuade him, but Ziyad turned them down.
Senior police officers received a complaint against Ziyad, and NIA authorities summoned the policeman. They took his statement and seized his mobile phone. It is reported that an investigation is underway against Ziyad in the incident.
Interestingly, CPO Ziyad has a history of helping other Islamist criminals. Two years ago, while working at Perumbavoor police station, Ziyad helped a notorious gangster caught with a gun. Back then, he was merely transferred to Paravur station and recently joined Kalady station around three months ago.
Incidentally, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Kalady’s Adi Shankara Janma Bhoomi Kshetram (the rishi and philosopher’s birthplace) on September 1. It is not known how close Ziyad reached our PM back then.
Earlier, intelligence reports confirmed that Islamist terrorists had infiltrated Kerala police. They manage and control a group called Pacha Velicham (Green Light). These officers interfere with investigations involving PFI terrorists and help them evade the law.
Recently, PFI and SDPI leaders protested when a policeman named Anas leaked the personal details of Sangh Parivar leaders from the police database. CPO Anas of Thodupuzha Karimannur Police Station, who leaked the information, was suspended and dismissed but he escaped criminal prosecution and jail time. It was alleged that the PFI and SDPI received help from inside the Kerala police.
In July, Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Ramla Ismail, attached to the Kanjirapally station in Kottayam, shared social media rants of Popular Front of India (PFI) leaders against courts and Kerala police. That same month, three policemen at Munnar police station were investigated for leaking information to terrorist organizations. Civil police officers PV Aliyar, PS Riyas, and Abdul Samad from the Idukki district were being investigated for allegedly giving information to extremist organizations through computers at the Munnar police station.
On May 11, Jishad Badruddin, a Kerala Fire and Rescue Services personnel, was arrested for his role in the murder of RSS worker Sreenivasan. Sreenivasan, a former RSS Palakkad district Sharirik Shikshan Pramukh was hacked to death on April 16 by Popular Front of India (PFI) terrorists. Kerala fire brigade personnel trained PFI activists in the name of disaster relief operations and invited massive protests in April.
Minority appeasement allegedly makes CM Pinarayi Vijayan, who also handles Kerala’s home ministry, turn a blind eye toward such criminals. Proper and public action has not been initiated against any of the above officers. Kerala Police are not ready to take decisive action against the activists of the banned organization for their seditious activities. Instead of nipping the issue in the bud, we are now forced to provide Y category security to RSS leaders in Kerala.
Earlier, the Police Special Branch had reported that there are PFI members in the force in many stations under the Kerala Police. In the current situation, the banned organizations will get the help of such foot soldiers, as the events that happened in the last few days point out. Honest Muslim police officers exist, but a significant section of highly radicalized ones may yet continue to propel Kerala towards Talibanization.