Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan was involved in Sangh activist's murder in 1969: RSS
RSS on Monday alleged that Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was 'involved' in the murder of a Sangh activist in the state way back in 1969.
Hyderabad: RSS on Monday alleged that Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan was "involved" in the murder of a Sangh activist in the state way back in 1969.
The Sangh also accused the communists in Kerala of indulging in "politically motivated murders".
Holding its Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal meet in Hyderabad, the outfit passed a resolution seeking "intervention of governments of Kerala and Centre" in the killings of Sangh workers in the southern state.
"Attacks on Sangh members started in Kerala in 1942. The first murder took place on April 28, 1969. One RSS 'Mukhya Sikhsak' Ramakrishnan was killed. The first accused in that case at that time was a KSYF (then youth wing of CPM) worker, a 19 or 20-year-old P Vijayan. Later on, he, Pinarayi Vijayan became Chief Minister of Kerala."
"Because of lack of evidence and all, the case was not clearly taken up. From that time, murder politics started in Kerala," J Nandakumar, All India Sah-Prachar Pramukh of RSS, told reporters in a briefing after the second day session.
Sangh also passed another resolution on 'Integral Humanism: The Solution for Present Global Crisis', said senior functionary and national media coordinator MG Vaidya.
The resolution said that over the last seven decades, more than 250 young, energetic and promising Sangh workers were murdered and scores of men and women incapacitated due to serious injuries in the most dreaded manner by "blood-thirsty" CPI(M) cadres all over the state with the silent connivance and approval of the leadership.
The maximum number of these victimised RSS workers are from Kannur district, supposed to be the CPI(M) citadel, it said.
"The ABKM (Akhila Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal) calls upon the government of Kerala as well as Union government to take appropriate action urgently against the perpetrators of violence and necessary measures to ensure rule of law in Kerala. The ABKM also appeals to people at large including media to create public opinion against the violent tactics of CPI(M) by raising their voice," the resolution stated.
On present global scenario, RSS called upon all the citizens, including Swayamsevaks, the Centre and various state governments, and "thought leaders of the world" to put in all possible efforts to ensure coordination among the constituents of the world order, including the nature.
"For this purpose, appropriate experiments shall have to be conducted along with development of an appropriate model. This would facilitate fulfillment of the aim of blissful life of all living beings across the globe and universal wellbeing," it said.
The AKBM is attended by 394 office-bearers of RSS and its 35 affiliate bodies.
BJP national president Amit Shah was among the prominent personalities participated in today's proceedings, a Sangh member said.
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