இதுதான் கம்யூனிஸ்டுகளின் முகத்திரையை கிழிக்கும் செய்தி.
வெளிவந்தது ஹிண்டு பத்திரிக்கையில்தான்.
ஒரு எஃகு ஆலையை கட்ட கேரள அரசு 13 ஏக்கர் நிலம் கொடுக்கிறது. அங்கு எஃகு ஆலையை கட்டாமல் அங்கு கார் விற்பனை நிலையத்தை நடத்துகிறார் ஒரு எம்பி. பெயர் அப்துல் வஹாப். முஸ்லிம் லீக் எம்பி.
அந்த நிலத்தை மீண்டும் அரசு எடுத்துக்கொள்ளவேண்டும் என்று பாரதிய ஜனதா யுவ மோர்ச்சா போராட்டம் நடத்துகிறது.
எம்பியை காக்க, கேரள சிபிஎம் அரசு போராட்டம் நடத்துபவர்கள் மீது கிரனெட் வீச்சு நடத்துகிறது.
இதுவல்லவோ செக்குலர் சிபிஎம் அரசுக்கு இலக்கணம்.
BJYM march turns violent
Police fire grenades; two injured
‘Take back land which houses MP’s car outlet’
‘Land was given to a steel company in 1964 to set up unit’
Kozhikode: Two activists of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) were injured when the police fired grenades at a protest march taken out by the party to the sales outlet of Indus Motors at Cheruvannur gramapanchayat here on Monday.
BJYM district committee members V. Rajeesh and E. Prasanth Kumar suffered injuries and were admitted to a hospital. The march was organised demanding that the government take back the land that houses the outlet, which is owned by Indian Union Muslim League leader and MP P.V. Abdul Wahab on the outskirts of the city.
Trouble started around 11 a.m. when 100 BYJM activists led by its State president K. Surendran took out a march to the outlet.
The police prevented them from entering the premises. Grenades were fired when the activists tried to force their way into the compound. The protesters were also caned.
Glass panes were destroyed when some agitators threw stones at the building. Traffic was blocked on the National Highway No.17 for a few hours.
The Nallalam police registered a case in connection. Inaugurating the march, Mr. Surendran said that government was lax in recovering the land owned by Mr. Wahab since it wanted to support his business interests.
He said he had petitioned the President of India to order an inquiry into Mr. Wahab taking possession of government land.
The land was given to the West India Steel Company in 1964 to set up a steel unit. However, the company closed down in 1997. Subsequently Mr. Wahab started his car sales outlet there.
As per the agreement reached between the government and the steel company “no company for which any land is acquired under this part shall be entitled to the said land or any part thereof by sale, mortgage, gift and lease or otherwise except with the previous sanction of the government.”
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