The Head Master of St. George High School saw the badges of 'I am Babari' sticker and removed them after the children reached the school.
Jihad has been a familiar term in Kerala for the last decade, thanks to the aggressive and fanatic Islamic fundamentalist activities and atrocities taking place in the state. Numerous incidents are on the list. Chopping of Prof. Joseph's hand is one among them. Murders of several innocent Hindu activists make one doubt if this is happening in Bharat or Pakistan. Then comes daylight murders of workers of Hindu organisations with no provocation. Controversies regarding 'Halal' food and spitting in the cooked food in the Islamic restaurants for religious reasons are some more ridiculous stupidities Keralites come across these days.
The latest is the pasting of the 'I am Babari' sticker on the clothes of little children of St. George High School in Kottangal in Pathanamthitta district, Kerala, on December 6, 2021, the anniversary day of the demolition of the controversial structure in Ayodhya. BJP leaders have raised the allegation that it was the handiwork of PFI, Popular Front and their parent body, SDPI. Front's spokesman justified this fanatic action while participating in a TV debate.
National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has sought an explanation from the Pathanamthitta District Police Chief about the complaint lodged by senior BJP leader P.K. Krishnadas. Consequently, police have registered a case against SDPI worker Muneer Ibnu Nazeer and two others under Sections 153 (A), 341 and 34. FIR says that the accused were trying to create communal tension and communal violence, and anarchy. BJP Mandal Vice President Suresh K. Pillai, Chungappara St. George School management and ABVP have lodged complaints. The Head Master of the school saw the badges and removed them after the children reached the school. But, interestingly, no arrest has taken place. Police claim that despite raids in the houses of the accused, no clue was obtained about them.
After doing the dirty job, the culprits posted pictures of it on social media. This anti-national action of the fundamentalists came close on the heels of the murders of RSS/BJP workers near Guruvayoor and Palakkad, recently Biju on October 31, and Sanjith on November 15, 2021, respectively.
SDPI (Social Democratic Party of India) is the political arm of PFI (Popular Front of India), the Islamic Fundamentalist group alleged to be the Bharatiya copy of IS. In Kerala, it appears to be the 'blue eyed' group of both Congress-led UDF and CPM-led LDF. Since RSS, BJP and other RSS-oriented organisations do not compromise with their anti-Hindu and anti-national postures of SDPI, and they have always declared enemies of them (SDPI). A few years back, three ABVP workers were killed in Kerala, allegedly by PFI men. Vishal, Shyama Prasad and Sachin Gopal were those young victims. RSS workers do not consider the accidental deaths of some elected BJP members of Gram Panchayats, municipalities, etc., as mere accidents. UDF is soft when they talk about SDPI.
Sangh Swayamsevaks and leaders and workers of Sangh-oriented organisations believe that CPM-led LDF and its regime support Islamic fundamentalists in attacking and killing Sangh and BJP people. That is why police do not dare to name SDPI in connection with the killing of Biju in Chavakkad and even in connection with the latest Sticker Jihad. Even the main accused of killing an active SFI worker in Kochi on July 2, 2018, is still not arrested.
Why do the fundamentalists keep attacking nationalist and Hindu activists and leaders and national ethos and values? Very simple answer: Finish a Hindu activist or insult any national value, thus, engineer communal riots or at least disharmony.
The latest heartbreaking development is insulting the dead CDS of the country Gen. Bipin Rawat, his better half and his warrior colleagues in social media. Some of them insult him, alleging that the position of CDS is extra constitutional and a miserable death like this does not make him a saint! Lot of such elements posted smile symbols on FB. And no action against them in the state of Kerala. Those who criticise LDF CM or colleagues in social media have to face legal action, etc. Yes, all are equal, and some are more than equal compared to others.