RSS' SOS to govt: CPM doesn't spare even CPI

Published: 25th October 2016 01:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th October 2016 06:26 AM   |  A+A-

Express News Service

HYDERABAD : Claiming that the CPM leadership had spurned the offer of talks by RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, the National Executive of the saffron outfit on Monday appealed to the Centre to step in to end the violence against Sangh workers in Kannur. 

The resolution against political violence was adopted by the RSS in the presence of BJP chief Amit Shah. Seeking to rope in other political outfits in its campaign against the CPM, the RSS claimed that the leading Left outfit was not sparing even the CPI in its “murderous” political violence against rivals. 

“The violence CPM indulges in is not only against Sangh workers active in different fields, but also others, including the CPI, their parent organisation and present alliance partners like the RSP, Janata Dal in Kerala. Why they even don’t spare their own cadres who leave the organisation is evident from the dastardly killing of T P Chandrashekharan,” the resolution adopted by the RSS said.

The saffron outfit also sought to portray an “anti-Dalit” and “anti-poor” image of the CPM. “It’s a sheer irony that victims of the Marxist violence are primarily the poor, backwards, Dalit and minority community of whom they claim to be saviours,” added the resolution.

The RSS vowed to fight out the political violence through peaceful and democratic ways, said Nand Kumar, joint secretary in-charge of communication of the RSS.  

“The national executive calls upon the Centre and the Kerala government to take appropriate actions urgently against perpetrators of violence and necessary measures to ensure rule of law in the state,” added the resolution.


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