Yogi Adityanath-led U.P. govt called for a ban on then extremist Islamist group, PFI due to the violence sparked during the anti-CAA riots. The People’s Front of India conducted a rally to parade men in RSS uniforms. The men who were paraded were also chained. This event shocked people and netizens after seeing the audio and videos of the rally showed with lot of Islamic singing, including Allahu Akbar.
The shocking incident happened in the town of Tenhipalam in the Malappuram district of Kerala.
The procession was potentially incendiary, like calls to members of the RSS chain. Besides people in RSS uniforms, the rally also had people dressed as British policemen, handcuffed and bound with cords, with the other end of the rope carried by people in skullcaps and lungis.
The RSS and the British dressed were accompanied by a large number of people carrying lathis, sporting skull caps and lungis.
Today’s PFI rally is to commemorate the centenary of the ‘1921 Malabar Hindu Genocide’ or the ‘Moplah Massacre,’ best remembered in history as the Malabar Uprising of 1921.
The estimated Hindu deaths from ethnic cleansing in the Moplah massacre amount to some 10,000, and it is claimed that as many as 100,000 Hindus were forced to flee Kerala after the riots.
In his book, Pakistan or Partition of India, Babasaheb Ambedkar wrote, “The blood-curdling atrocities committed by the Moplas in Malabar against the Hindus is indescribable. Across Southern India, a tsunami of horrified feeling had spread among the Hindus of every hue of thought that was heightened when those Khilafat leaders were so incorrect to pass resolutions of “congratulations to the Moplas on the brave fight they were waging for the sake of religion.”
The number of Hindu Temples demolished in the genocide is believed to be a hundred. The forced conversion of the Hindus was rampant, and unspeakable crimes were thrown upon the Hindus.