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Thursday, December 7, 2023

Kerala police suspend an officer who issued notices to masjids asking them not to incite violence

Kerala police disgraced and transferred Biju Prakash, the station house officer (SHO) attached to the Mayyil police station in Kannur after he appealed to the local masjid committee to ensure communal harmony. He is the latest victim to feel the brunt of naked Muslim appeasement that the communist regime has unleashed on Hindus. Biju allegedly had information that community leaders delivered hate speeches from the mosque after the Friday Namaz.

His troubles began when the SHO did what he thought were the duties entrusted to him by the Constitution. Biju issued notices to local mosques that warned local Muslim clerics against indulging in speeches aimed at destroying communal harmony with an ulterior motive to promote hatred against other communities. The other communities he was referring to are transparent since this comes from the backdrop of Nupur Sharma exposing the Islamists. Biju promised appropriate action against those who violated his advisory and indulged in hate speech.

Islamist outrage followed after the police issued the notice. The Mosque committee members, local Muslims, and radical Islamist organizations, including the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) (the political wing of terrorists associated with the Popular Front of India (PFI)), the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML), and the Congress strongly opposed Biju’s circular. The SDPI is now openly aligned with the Marxists and the IUML is an ally of the Congress. This meant that the honest police officer was left to fend for himself.  

Muslim leaders asked Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to clarify the government’s stand on the issue. At the forefront of these ‘protests’ were the former minister and SIMI (banned now) cadre aligned with the communists, KT Jaleel. The IUML was represented by Kannur district general secretary Abdul Karim Cheleri and Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee vice president VT Balram.

They filed a complaint against the police officer with the Kannur city police commissioner. The communist regime that was looking for an excuse to appease the Islamists and calm down public emotions following gold and currency smuggling allegations against Vijayan and his family used Biju’s circular as a tool. Jaleel allegedly played a major role in the smuggling case.

The circular was immediately withdrawn, and the SHO was removed from his post. Vijayan does not have the resources to suspend officials indefinitely since he wants them for his protection. He also knows that unrest is brewing within the police force against his authoritarian rule, and suspending Biju for long will create more issues.

Thousands of police officers now guard him, especially when he is moving. Police higher-ups are so eager to protect the CM that it has left the law and order situation in the state in shambles. Former Mayyil SHO Biju was transferred to Thalassery coastal police station in Kannur. Local media did their part honestly and forgot to report the reinstatement.

Vijayan’s office issued a statement that said, “The SHO had issued the notice without understanding the government policy. Hence, the DGP (director general of police) has removed him from duty. The notice was unwarranted and contrary to the view of the Left Democratic Front (LDF) government.”

It added, “The government does not believe communal propaganda is happening at masjids. All should cooperate with the government considering the importance of communal harmony. Certain forces are trying to create communal tension in the country. At this stage, it is vital to protect peaceful life and harmony.”

After the govt action, Biju confessed that the Kannur police commissioner had asked him to issue an oral advisory to masjid committee members to restrain themselves. The SHO had just given it in writing. In the end, the police commissioner withdrew the circular and sought an explanation from his officer!

Incidentally, such circulars are standard operating procedures for places of worship. Earlier this year, police issued a similar notice to the Muzhappilangad temple festival committee adding a list of dos and don’ts. They promised that cases would be registered if they were found breaking the law. Hindus did not complain; even if they did, law enforcement would not have bothered.

Masjids all over north Bharat have been proved to incite violence through inflammatory speeches after their afternoon prayers, especially on Fridays. The Mayyil incident ended after Kerala police and their political masters apologized to the radical Islamists, something that has not happened in the history of Bharat. Politicians in Kerala have become slaves of their Islamist masters. What is making them crawl when asked to bend over?

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