You will be shocked to see how brutally he was murdered!!!
The violence against Hindu workers in Kerala has not stopped yet. It has been just few weeks after the real face of CM Pinarayi led government was exposed in front of entire India. But this has not been successful enough to put any curb on the cruelty of the goons. Once again, a young RSS worker has been hacked to death in Kerala.
In Kerala’s Malappuram District, 30 year old Vipin was hacked to death. His body was found on the roadside with several stab wounds. At 7 AM in the morning the locals noticed the body of Vipin laying few metres away from the bike. Soon he was taken to the hospital but it was announced that he was brought dead. The police have not yet identified the murderers.
A tense situation is prevailing in Tirur and nearby areas and police personnel were deployed in strength to prevent any untoward incident. Vipin was the former Mandal Sharirik Pramukh of RSS in Tirur of Malappuram. Vipin was an accused in the murder case that was carried out last year.
Murder, rapes and mass conversion!!!
The place where he was murdered, Malappuram, was recently in news after Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir alleged that mass conversions are taking place in the district. Mr Hansraj had said that “There is a big center…that center is in Malappuram district”. He further added that “Conversions take place there and in a month, about 1,000 people are converted. There is a report that Hindus and Christians are being converted to Muslims”.
Few weeks ago, Rajesh E was murdered by stabbing more than 40 times. But as expected the seculars and intellects didn’t organise the candle light march or any silent protest.
Malappuram district was carved out of Kozhikode district for easier administration and development same as Wayanad district, and Idukki district from Kottayam district.
— Rajesh Padmar (@rajeshpadmar) August 24, 2017
Last week they warned & demonstrated in a procession, "Dont forget Mappila Rebellion" & today they done that. Brutally killed an RSS leader pic.twitter.com/FrgOgn1d06
— Binu Padmam (@bnutwt) August 24, 2017