BJP Seeks Amit Shah’s Intervention Over Recent Killings In Kerala

The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) slammed Kerala's administration on Tuesday for refusing to perform over the Popular Front of India (PFI). In the previous two months, it has implicated the Popular Front of India (PFI) for at least 2 different murders of BJP officials and their intellectual teacher, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

K Surendran, the Bhartiya Janata Party’s (BJP) unity of purpose president, said the organisation had informed federal home minister Amit Shah regarding the activities of a conservative organisation and how Kerala's Pinarayi Vijayan administration had made no moves towards the culprits.

Surendran believes Kerala is on the verge of resembling Syria, and he is not alone.

The PFI is an Islamic group with a strong philosophy that is being investigated for possible financial misdeeds.

According to Surendran, the PFI has carried out two terrible assaults in Kerala. Sanjith, a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) employee who was brutally murdered last week, was stabbed to death. His postmortem revealed a total of 36 injuries. Although a law enforcement inspector was there, the Kerala Officers were unable to stop traffic and conduct an investigation. It's still stumbling around in the dark. According to him, a comparable incidence happened in Trichur as well.

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Surendra, who is in the capital to visit Amit Shah, claims that the PFI receives political support. He claimed that the CPI (Communist Party of India) and the PFI (People's Front of India) have a hidden settlement in Kerala and that they work collaboratively. The policemen are protecting them, and the public has stopped believing in them. They informed the Union Home Minister about the activities of extremist organisations in Kerala. It isn't even labelled as a terrorist organisation by the administration.

Union minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar explained why the government has not demanded a prohibition on the outfit, claiming that the legislation is a state matter and that they are requesting an open and democratic inquiry and conviction of the accused. Illegal actions will thrive if this does not happen. He also stated that if no action is taken against criminals, the state's economy will suffer. Kerala's economic growth and employment creation have suffered as a result. It generates an overall image that the economy is weak and vulnerable if offenders are not prosecuted. As a result of conciliatory politics, investment prospects will decline as well.

V Muraleedharan, a Kerala-based union minister, chastised the state's Congress-led opponents and governing Communist Regime of India-led coalitions for failing to speak out against PFI's misdeeds. He claimed that while anyone can speak out against religious extremism anywhere in the world, you can't do so in Kerala. If you do, so-called relativists will begin to attack individuals who tell the truth. Whenever the Diocese of Palla said something about Love Jihad, the chief minister expressed surprise, saying it was the first period he had encountered the term.

Muraleedharn claimed that the Congress remained silent even after one of its own was assassinated. He explained that nobody ever bothers to stand out against Islamic extremism because the CPM and Congress fear losing votes if they do so.