Kannur (Kerala) : Tejasvi Surya MP, national president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), told on December 1, in Kannur, Kerala, that fall of communism is imminent. Nepotism and corruption accelerate it. He addressed a mammoth rally organized by BJYM to pay rich and tearful tributes to slain BJYM leader K.T. Jayakrishnan Master. BJYM Kerala state vice president Jayakrishnan Master was brutally killed in Mokeri school, Thalassery, Kannur district, Kerala, the institution where he was a teacher, while he was teaching the 6th standard students.
CPM goons killed him most brutally in front of the minor children, perhaps the only incident in the world. The incident took place on December 1, 1999. He was among around 200 Sangh, BMS, ABVP and BJP workers butchered by CPM goons in Kannur district, the stronghold of CPM where they do not permit workers of other streams of ideologies to spread their thoughts.
BJYM national president said that communists try to establish their autocracy in judiciary, bureaucracy and law and order. They do not promote any industry, investment or job opportunity. Government job appointments are through the back door. Even Chief Minister’s daughter had to go to Bengaluru to launch her start-up. No university in Kerala finds a place in the list of 100 excellent universities. Once the Vice Chancellors are appointed, communism is thrust upon them.
BJYM leader said that communism, since its very inception, is against development. Development alleviates and removes poverty. If there is no poverty, there is no scope for communism! They dreamt of finishing the national movements off by assassinating people like Jayakrishnan. But now, they are being wiped out of the country.
Tejasvi Surya added that communists are against Bharat’s culture and tradition. That is why they stepped into Sabarimala to break the age-long habit there.
BJYM State president Praful Krishna, district president Manoj Poyloor, BJP national executive members P.K. Krishnadas and C.K Padmanabhan, national vice president and former Lok Sabha member A.P. Abdullakutty, state president K. Surendran and district president N. Haridas spoke on occasion.
Earlier BJYM president offered floral tributes to the departed leader at his Samadhi Sthal on the premises of his house and a Sangh sanghikh after that.