Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Shimoga Riots

On February 19th 2015, Kerala based Muslim group, Popular Front of India (PFI) was given permission to carry out a public rally in Shimoga, Karnataka - where they shouted anti-India slogans, which led to communal riot, resulting in one man's death.

According to newsreports, Vishwanath was riding towards Bhadravathi when the attackers waylaid him near Gajanur on the outskirts of Shivamogga. Just then, four people travelling by a jeep saw him collapse and rushed to his rescue. They too sustained minor injuries in the attack but managed to take Vishwanath to a hospital in Shivamogga where he died later, the police said. 

This shameful policy of Congress and Communist govt. of giving free reign to terror outfits like Popular Front of India (PFI) - will cost many more innocent lives.

‘Activists’ of Popular Front of India (PFI, is a Kerala based outfit, headed by K.M. Shareef, E.M. Abdul Rahiman & M. Muhammed Ali Jinnah) – are being now asked to leave Karnataka – after their goons killed one man and started the riots in Shimoga.

PFI is considered to be "nothing but a resurrection of the banned outfit Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) in another form". PFI's national chairman Abdul Rehman was former national secretary of SIMI, while their state secretary Abdul Hameed Master was SIMI's former state secretary. Most former leaders of SIMI were either identified with PFI or were at present holding various portfolios in the organization.

 In July 2010, Kerala Police had unearthed country-made bombs, weapons and CDs and documents containing Taliban and Al-Queda propaganda from PFI activists. 

And yet, they are allowed to openly propagate their message of hate to brainwash Muslim youth.

Q. 1 - Why is this outfit not completely banned?

Q. 2 - When recently, even the Kerala Govt. had banned their 'freedom parades' because they were creating communal issues, why did Karnataka Govt. give them permission to come to Shimoga and carry out their march? 

Q. 3 - Why is media not covering these riots?

While I don’t claim to know the answers to these crucial questions, but I do know that we Indians are living in denial. And we will pay for it.

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