ABVP to launch campaign against terror on campuses

Published: 28th September 2012 09:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th September 2012 09:25 AM   |  A+A-

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) will launch a state-wide campaign from October 1 to 12 against what they described the  Islamic terror being unleashed on the campus in the state.

 ABVP state secretary M Aneesh Kumar told Express that the vehicle  campaign ‘Jana Jagratha Yatra’ against extremism and communalisation would be flagged off from here on October 1.

Bharatheeya Vichara Kendram director P Parameswaran will inaugurate the campaign. ABVP all-India joint  organising secretary K N Raghunandan will participate in the campaign in Kannur on October 12.

 Aneesh Kumar said that they would raise the demand ban on Popular Front and Campus Front and high-level inquiry into the gruesome murders of two ABVP workers Sachin Gopal of Kannur and Vishal Kumar of Chengannur. They would take out a Secretariat march on October 18 raising the same demand.  He said that as the local police could not unravel the conspiracy behind the murders, ABVP would seek a probe by National Investigation Agency(NIA).

“We demand NIA probe as these murders had terror links. Local police can’t probe the conspiracy angle,” he said. Aneesh Kuamr, who will captain the jatha, said that they would  address meetings to be organised in all major towns.

Receptions would be given to the jatha at places where Campus Front and Popular Front have support base.  During the campaign ABVP workers will meet Muslim leaders such as Panakkad Hyderali Shihab Thangal and clarify their stand that they are not opposing Muslims but only those with terror links.


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