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A letter posted from Chennai to this pilgrim town on Wednesday warned of a bomb attack by the al-Qaeda on two of Kerala’s most popular temples – the Guruvayoor and Sree Padmanabha Swamy shrines, police said.

It claimed to be from the al-Qaeda and also mentioned that Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi and Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalaalitha would be assassinated in the coming days.

The letter was in English and was addressed to the Guruvayoor circle inspector here.

As soon as the letter arrived, police officials rushed to the famed Sree Krishna Temple near here along with a bomb squad and made a detailed inspection in the temple compound and also in the temple town.

The other shrine mentioned in the letter is the Sree Padmanabha Swamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram, which has lately been in the news worldwide after the discovery of rare jewellery, rubies and diamonds stored in a vault which had not been opened for 150 years.

Ever since the news, the temple has been under heavy security with every devotee entering the temple being frisked. But after the letter threat, top police officials are leaving nothing to chance.

Police say further investigations into the letter are on.

Peoples Opinion:

  • Al-Qaeda is not functioning in Tamilnadu, Because each and every muslims is treated equally in tamilnadu, tamil muslims and hindus are like uncles and brother-in-laws.
  • If this letter shows modi only means, we can say 100% its Al-Qaeda work (he send the letter). But Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalaalitha name is included, ahhhhhhhhhhh
  • chief minister J Jayalaalitha is a mother for all muslims, who realeased muslim prisoner and he came to power with the help of muslim parties.
  • Many muslims like chief minister J Jayalaalitha, So its confirm that this letter was posted by hindu terrorist like Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (or) Hindu munnani (or) Hindu Makkal Katchi.

Chennai: Two Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) activists were killed in a crude bomb explosion in the politically sensitive district of Kannur in northern Kerala on Monday. The incident occurred around 7 am at Cheruvancherry, near Thalassery town.

Officers at Kannavam police station said they received news about the blast from locals around 7.30 am, following which they rushed to the spot.

“The crude bomb went off while the two were assembling it at a grove near a well behind a temple at Cheruvancherry,” said police sources.

The deceased were identified as C Dileepan alias Dileesh, 28 of Poovathinkeezhil and P Pradeepan, 28. The bodies were dismembered beyond recognition and parts of Dileepan’s body recovered from the well. Kannavam Sub Inspector of Police K V Pramodan said top police officers, including the Inspector General of Police and SP are camping at the spot.

“The bodies have been sent to Kozhikode Medical College hospital for post mortem. We’ve intensified patrolling in the area and are on the lookout for explosives. It’s too early to comment on why the men were assembling a bomb,” said S Sreejith, superintendent of police, Kannur.

The incident has shocked the police, who were on the hunt for Islamic Jihadis in Kannur district and elsewhere in the state. Following the recent arrests of terror suspects from the district, Kannur was also referred to in some media reports as the Azamgarh of Kerala.

Ironically, Monday’s blast occurred even as Kerala Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan told reporters upon his return from the US that the state government would deal strictly with all forms of religious terrorism.

One of the Deceased was accused in a blast case

Pradeepan was the sixth accused in the Ashna case. The six-year-old from Cheruvancheri had lost her leg when a bomb was thrown at her during CPM-RSS clash in 2000. Ashna’s badly injured leg had to be amputated. The Thalasserry fast track court had deferred pronouncing the verdict in the Ashna case to November 14.

When Sri Ram Sene attacked a Mangalore pub on January 24, they were called the moral police of the worst kind. Then a school girl, Ashwini, committed suicide. She was publicly humiliated by suspected Bajrang Dal men for being friends with a Muslim man, Salim. The group had dragged her to a police station, summoned her parents and forced Salim to write a letter of apology. Ashwini was harassed before the police, but the men have not been arrested yet. Salim has been taken into police custody, now charged with possible rape of a minor. For the saffron terrorist police, women might seem the soft target but it goes beyond that. Writer and activist Prof Pattabhirama Somayaji says: ”I would say the people who feel insecure are Muslims. Of late, Christians. And then, As you say, women.” Daughter of a Kerala CPM MLA, who was pulled out of a bus and attacked, made no secret of what her attackers had told her. ”They told me you are a Hindu, why do you want speak to Muslims?” Two cases in a row — one leading to the death of a minor girl. A violent form of parallel policing by saffron groups. It is not just a cause of concern for our women in public spaces, it also seems to be panning out, with a communal edge.