Source: News Bharati English27 Feb 2017 14:55:56

Nagpur, February 27: Citizens for Democracy, a state level nationalist NGO to uphold democratic and constitutional values, to hold statewide demonstration on March 1, 2017 Wednesday at all district headquarters of the Karnataka condemning the brutal and inhumane atrocities of Communist Party in Kerala on Nationalist workers such as RSS Swayamsevaks, ABVP-BMS-BJP functionaries and other activists of prominent socio-political spectrum.

Several nationalist organisations called for nationwide protests on March 01, 2017 condemning the brutal and inhumane atrocities of Communist Party in Kerala on RSS Swayamsevaks.

Addressing a press conference at Nagpur, RSS All-India Sahprachar Pramukh J Nandkumar said, “The Marxist goons have unleashed unprecedented violence in the eight months after coming to power in Kerala, killing 18 political adversaries belonging to different organisations, 12 of them from the RSS and Sangh Parivar. Chief Minister Vijayan, being the home minister of the state, has also unleashed police against political adversaries. We are going to protest against this on March 1 at 150 places across the country to draw attention to the Fascist ways of the Vijayan government.”

Since the last LDF Govt assumed power in last March 2016, the communist violence is on its peak. 12 RSS Swayamsevaks and a woman named Vimala dead in different incidents since last March 2016. Even at the own constituency of Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, there were 3 murders and more than 100 violence incidents occurred by CPM workers in an year.

The first victim for communist violence was RSS Mukhyashikshak of Thalassery Shakha in Kannur district , a tailor by profession Sri Vadikkal Ramakrishnan, who was brutally murdered in broad day light on 28.04.1969. Since then nearly 280 murders of RSS Swayamsevaks took place in Kerala due to the communist violence. In Kannur district alone 87 such killings occurred.

These repetitive violant, inhumane atrocities and killing of ideological opponents has deeply disturbed the socio-democratic structure of Kerala. To condemn these brutal atrocities, to appeal for peace and harmony, urge to end this communist violence, to uphold democratic and constitutional values, our forum Citizens for Democracy is organising the statewide agitation on March 1, 2017.