“Raliv, Galiv ya Chaliv” – was a war cry of Kashmiri Islamists hell-bent on throwing out Kashmiri Pandits from their homes. It means Convert, Die or Run. Through this, they told Hindus that they were the lowest grade Kafirs. Thirty years down the line, it is now being replicated in other parts of India as well. Hindus and Christians of Kerala are the latest ones to suffer.
What is the controversy?
A video on social media is going viral. In the video, a 10-year-old child can be heard shouting provocative slogans against Hindus and Christians. A person surrounded by the PFI supporters can be seen holding the minor boy on his shoulders while the former is proclaiming, “Keep rice ready. Yama [god of death] will visit your home. If you live respectfully, you can live in our place. If not, we don’t know what will happen.”
In the viral video, the small child with anti-nationalist provocation was seen supported by the people surrounding the boy. They were seen encouraging the child for his inflammatory slogans. This shows that the upbringing of our next generation is getting under the loop of selfish religious beliefs of some communities.
Legality of the issue
On 23 May, Kerala police registered a case against the slogans raised by the minor boy during a rally of the “Popular Front of India” (PFI), an Islamic organisation. It was organised on 21 May at Alappuzha. The rally is being said to be a part of the “save the republic” campaign.
The police have registered a case under the Indian Penal Code stating that the man holding the child will also be considered an accused. A police officer informed, “The case has been registered against the organisers of the event. Section 153 A has been charged. The case is also against the group of people with whom the minor boy attended the rally.”
The venom of Islamic organisation
Meanwhile, the Popular Front of India (PFI) spokesperson Rauf Pattambi, responded that the slogans were not against Hindus or Christians rather it was targetted at whom they termed as ‘Hindutva terrorists and tyrants’.
The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has also sought strict actions for letting the child narrate inflammatory slogans. “The flag of Popular Front of India (PFI) is clearly seen in the video. The complainant further alleged that even after this video is spread in society, Kerala Police is not taking any action against the parents of the kid and the PFI…,” said the NCPCR.
Islamists repeating the Kashmiri Pandit exodus?
Incidents like these may appear as few and far, but they are not. For these Islamists, every Muslim needs to condemn Kafirs in unequivocal terms. Initially, only Hindus were their target, but now their proverbial gun has been stretched towards Christians as well.
The exodus of Kashmiri Pandits in 1990 is still not a distant memory for the Kashmiri Hindu population. They were forced to vacate their ancestral lands otherwise they would be raped, mercilessly killed and their properties would be encroached on by the Islamists. Now, signs of a similar pattern are being manifested in Kerala as well and Popular Front of India (PFI) is emerging as a key suspect.
PFI fostering Islamic fundamentalism?
Time and again, Popular Front of India (PFI) has showcased their anti-Hindu agenda in public. Various incidents have been extensively reported by TFI. Their most recent and probably most ghastly act against India was their catalyst role in anti-CAA riots. During the introduction of CAA in India, massive riots were organised to protest the act. While all this was happening, the PFI was abetting and financing the anti- CAA riots in Delhi.
Hindus have always been the main target of the Popular Front of India. While it has dragged even Christians as their suspect. No one knows who can be on their target tomorrow.
Communist parties at the gun-point of PFI
Following Maulvis propagating Islamic Doctrine has proved to be dangerous to the entire society. Till now, the communist party has supported and covered the faults of these groups and led the society into the darkness of the middle-ages. Now, PFI is after Hindus and Christians. We may never know if these communist parties become the next target for them.