UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visited the state of Kerala on Sunday to flag off Vijaya Yatra. During his visit, Yogi raised many issues pertaining to the state including love jihad and the state government’s failure to curb Coronavirus.
Yogi Adityanath inaugurated BJP’s Vijaya Yatra in Kasargod and said, “Governments led by CPI (M) and Congress do not take any action to solve issues of the people. In 2009, the High Court had stated that love jihad was a conspiracy to convert Kerala into an Islamic state. Successive governments have not only failed to take steps to curb religious conversion but have even adopted a pro-conversion stand. But the UP government has enacted a law against love jihad. BJP is ruling for national security as well as ensuring welfare of every citizen.”
The state of Kerala, ruled by Congress and the Communist alliance alternatively for the last few decades, has turned into a hub of Islamist and anti-national Communist activities. The exponential increase in the Muslim population in the northern belt of the state has turned it into a lucrative ground for recruitment by the Islamic extremist forces nationally as well as internationally.
The Hindu, as well as the Christian community of the state, is worried about the rising number of love jihad cases. Islamists target Hindu and Christian girls for conversion, and this has sent alarm bells ringing among the victim community leaders.
Yogi Adityantah also targeted the CPM government over the Sabrimala issue. “They (CPM) are working against temples. In UP, the BJP under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for Ram Temple in accordance with the sentiments of people,” he said.
Exposing the minority appeasement tactics of the Vijayan-led Kerala government, Yogi Adityanath said, “They are opening Halal bank in Kerala and the BJP should work against it with the voice of humanity.’’
Kerala government, which, a few months ago, was projecting the state’s approach as a model of how to curb the pandemic, has failed miserably and is reporting the highest number of cases despite having just 2 per cent of the total population. “How did UP, with 24 crore population, manage Covid-19? Schemes suggested by Modiji were implemented for Covid-19 control. WHO has patted UP for having taken strong steps to control the virus. Why could Kerala not control Covid-19? Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan used to laugh about UP. Now, the world is laughing about Kerala’s failure in Covid-19 control,” said Yogi Adityanath.
In the last 7 decades, the population of Hindus declined from around 70 per cent of the state’s total population in 1951 to around 55 per cent in 2020. The population of Muslims and Christians grew exponentially, at the expense of Hindus.
Appeasement politics have made Islamists in Kerala so powerful and adamant that, a few days ago, the Moplah Massacre was re-enacted by the Popular Front of India (PFI) and its Islamist activists on the streets of Tenhipalam town.
An outrageous video of the same glorification rally has now gone viral on social media, and Islamists can be heard chanting Islamic slogans like Allahu Akbar, la ilaha illallah muhammadur rasulullah, etc. Such was the enactment of the massacre on its 100th centennial, that PFI chose to do a rally parading men dressed in RSS uniforms on the streets as prisoners of their Muslim victors. The men being paraded were also chained. The said men, portrayed as activists, were depicted as Hindus.
The rally by Yogi Adityanath would re-energize the Hindus of the state who are at odds with state power. A Hindu nationalist government in the state of Kerala is the only check that Hindus can have against the rising power of Communists and Islamists, who often collaborate to subjugate the Hindus.