The two-day annual State meet of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh concluded at Adoor on Sunday with a call “to keep strict vigil against anti-national forces that have been reportedly gaining ground in the State.”

The meet attended by national and State leaders of the Sangh maintained that the stand taken by both the Left and the Right political coalitions in the State dignifying and accepting religious terrorists was a highly dangerous trend.

“Intelligence reports identifying Kerala as the State with maximum number of youth coming forward to join the Islamic terror group ISIS was shocking. The ISIS chief’s voice message itself showed that the terror outfit was trying to make Kerala its safe haven,” the meeting observed.

The RSS meet further observed that there were covert moves to unleash communal violence in Malappuram and other places in the State in the name of the Kathua incident.

The Chief Minister of Kerala had made even irresponsible statements in an attempt to justify the terrorists and criticize the nationalist forces, the RSS leaders alleged.

The meet also maintained that the demand of the Muslim Youth League to divide the State itself was nothing short of separatism. The RSS meet called upon the government to be cautious against the separatists’ move to flare up religious passions in society and to take stern action against the terrorist elements without any further delay.

P.E.B. Menon, Vanyarajan, and P.Gopalankutty, RSS senior leaders, led the State camp.

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