Malappuram: The state government has the responsibility to prove that it is not soft on the Sangh Parivar while dealing with issues related to the Muslim community, Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) national general secretary P.K Kunhalikutty MP said. The recent attack on Muslim youths at Vadakkekara in Ernakulam proved that mob attacks reached Kerala too, he said here on Monday. “The intervention of the state government in such incidents in the recent past too indicated that the government was pleasing the Sangh,” he alleged.
He said that an IUML delegation would meet Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday to convey these concerns and seek immediate intervention in the matter. “The Police actions in the Vadakkekara incident was like justifying the mob attack. Arresting the victims of the attack and letting the attackers go free was an unheard of practice in Kerala. The CPM’s anti-fascist and sangh parivar policy is not seen in practice,” Kunhalikutty said. “The Sangh parivar’s attempt was to execute the mob lynching politics of north India in Kerala too. The only difference is that they have launched such attacks but killings may follow,” he said.