Hyderabad, Mar 18 (UNI) Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) Kerala Secretary A R Mohanan today said the RSS Central leadership would mobilise public opinion against the attack on its activists by the CPI(M) workers at Kannur district and hold protest, marches and meetings at all the districts in the country from March 25 to 29.
Talking to newspersons here, he said the attack on the RSS workers could be viewed as ''state-sponsored terrorism'' by the CPI(M) to threat down the RSS and its activities.
In Kannur district, Marxists had killed five RSS activists, greviously injured about 15 people and destroyed about 45 houses since March 5, he added.
Mr Mohanan alleged that the incidents took place with the help of ''obliging police officials and other government machinery''.
He alleged that the Marxist considered Kannur as their bastion and did not allow any other political or social organisation to function in their strongholds.
There was a virtual ban on RSS Sakha in CPI(M) strongholds, he claimed, adding that any attempt to organise Sakha would be met with violence and even Congress or Communist Party of India(CPI) could not function freely in their areas, he alleged.
The RSS leader alleged that efforts were made by the former minister and Justice V R Krishna Iyer, among others, to restore peace, but the CPI(M) shunned aside their initiatives.
He said all right-thinking people and peace-loving citizens of the country should raise their voice against 'fascist and stalinist' attitude of the CPI(M) in the larger interst of democracy and freedom.
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