An advocate named Suresh who practices at Kerala High Court in Ernakulam updated a voice clip (archive link) and a few photographs on his social media pages alleging that there is a new type of jihad doing the rounds in Kerala. Islamists in Kerala are misusing both Bharat’s Khadi Board and young Hindu girls for economic jihad, he has claimed.
It seems Happy Herbal products based out of Palakkad are tricking young educated Hindu girls from poor families. Three ‘couples’ who were making the rounds marketing the Happy Herbal products sparked Suresh’s suspicions. While all three ladies were Hindus, their male partners were all Muslims.
HinduPost would rather not reveal the names of the ladies but their male accomplices were named Ansar, Salauddin, and Naushad. The ladies are the ones who were marketing the products and they introduce themselves as representatives from The Khadi and Village Industries Commission.
Also known as The Khadi Board, the statutory body formed in 1957 by the Government of India, needs no introduction to common citizens of Bharat. Happy Herbal products claim to have a license to manufacture soap for the Khadi board and they are apparently misusing the same to sell everything from herbal tea and coffee, skin and hair care, food items, and even medicinal products. What they are doing to their Hindu lady marketing staff is even worse.
The modus operandi is pretty simple. They recruit vulnerable young Hindu ladies offering them ‘jobs’, a salary, accommodation, and a chance to become ‘managers’ within three months. As is evident, many succumb to this lucrative offer. They sell Happy products and are even offered 20% of what they sell as incentives. However, there are no documents regarding the same.
Adv. Suresh says that the whole scheme is part of jihad since the girls involved are Hindus and their managers, Muslims. They are housed at Vyttilla near Ernakulam and they are part and parcel of grooming jihad. The proprietor of the firm named Arsad is from Kasargode and Suresh wants to inquire about the misuse of poor Hindu girls.
Hindu organizations want the whole scheme investigated and also express their concern that the girls are being converted into Islam. Grooming, brainwashing and conversion of Hindu and Christian girls into Islam is rampant across Kerala, left-liberal dismissal of the issue notwithstanding. A new film, The Kerala Story, written and directed by Sudipto Sen and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, narrates the story of 32,000 missing girls from Kerala in the last 12 years.
Despite Islamist brainwashing centers like PFI-linked Sathya Sarini in Manjeri, Malappuram being exposed time and again, and sting videos clearly showing what the PFI end goal is, state and central authorities have turned a blind eye to this serious issue which threatens the social fabric and integrity of this southern state.