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Indian Nuclear Plant linked to Fukushima-like terrorism plot

As a strong anti-nuclear message to the world going nuclear in a big way to manufacture nukes, Fukushima belches more radiation contamination and white gas was observed spouting out from south of Reactor 2 on 4 September 2012.

As the popular anti-nuclear terror movement was gaining momentum against restart of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in Tamil state in the wake of rumours from the government about restarting the nuclear plant, ignoring the popular will against that, the Indian state and Tamilnad state jointly attacked the people, killing at least one.

Not only Kudankulam but also all nearby places are  infested by the police forces and agents.

Threatened with terror, the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant can destroy both people and resources. At Kudankulam in Tirunelveli District, the main scene of protests for the last two days, police resorted to lathicharge and burst teargas shells to disperse over 2,000 protesters who fought pitched battles throwing stones and logs.

A fisherman Antony was killed in police firing in Tuticorin as anti-nuclear protesters turned violent on Monday the 10th September after police foiled their repeated attempts to lay siege to the atomic power plant here against loading of uranium fuel. A 44-year old fisherman Antony was killed when police opened fire at a group of people who clashed with them while blocking a road in Manapad coastal village as the protest spilled to neighbouring Tuticorin District, police said.

As the baton-wielding policemen chased away the protesters, many of them moved towards the sea to escape. Sporadic violence then followed as enraged groups of protesters set fire to a local Panchayat office, the village administrative officer's office and a state-run liquor retail shop in Kudankulam, in an ugly turn to the over year-long peaceful protest, police said. The police action followed after authorities failed to persuade the protesters who, for the second day, defied prohibitory orders and stayed put at the seashore, about 500 metres away from the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant.

Tuticorin, about 80 km away, also saw about 500 people block the Mysore-bound train by squatting on the track, as also the highway connecting Nagercoil. Around 4,000 security personnel, including Rapid Action Force, have been deployed in the area. Condemning the police action, PMANE Convenor S P Udayakumar charged the state government with exposing its "fascist" face and vowed to continue the protest.

Condemning the police action, People's Movement Against Nuclear Energy, spearheading the protest against KNPP, announced a 48-hour relay fast against it. In Chennai, Chief Minister Jayalalitha who on behalf of government of India, ordered the firing on the protesters,  reviewed the situation with Director General of Police K Ramanujam.

The protesters gave the call for the siege as a last-ditch effort to  dissuade the regime from the terror project and stall the Indo-Russian project after regulatory authorities gave their nod for loading the uranium fuel in the first of the two reactors. A bandh-like situation prevailed here and surrounding villages with shops and schools remaining shut. The villagers also dug up main roads leading to Idinthakarai in a bid to prevent police vehicles from entering it.

The first unit of KNPP was scheduled for commissioning in December last, but ran into tough weather with the locals demanding its scrapping. People's safety concerns do not worry the rulers.

TN CM Jayalalitha who earlier supported the anti-nuclear movement quickly - obviously on pressure from Indian regime - chose to switch sides from people to Delhi rulers so that she does not lose her disproportionate asset cases. A former duet dancer in Tamil films, Jayalolithaa's U turn has made people unhappy and angry; they stand but continue to struggle betrayed by the rulers. .

Fukushima’s nuclear blast has rocked the Japanese regime. But the new regime that replaced the former one just ignores the nuclear devastations and wants to kill more people and keep them under permanent radiation targets. .

People of Kudankulam, Indian state of Tamil Nadu have been protesting against the nuclear plant in their locality the radiation of which could affect even the nearby Kerala state and its capital Trivandrum. But the Manmohan regime, a puppet of western as well as Russia terrocracies that sell nuclear reactors along with other terror goods  to India, is deadly blind to the people's serious concerns and wants to push through the nuclear project against the will and wishes of the people.

Nuclear radiation could reach too far. From Kudankulam  it can easily affect Sri Lanka and Maldives as well as neighboring states of Tamilnad. But Indian rulers are insensitive to dangers people face. Tokyo Shinbun has reported that many children in Koriyama City in Fukushima Prefecture, 50 kilometers from Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, are suffering inexplicable nosebleed, diarrhea, and lack of energy since the nuke plant accident.

Nuclear disasters are not uncommon worldwide, but the each time a nuclear plant blasts and plays havoc with people and nature, humanity shivers with uncertainly. Ionizing radiation has a deleterious effect on the immunity mechanism, particularly when large but sublethal doses are applied over a short period of time.

Chernobyl nuclear tragedy caused severe damage to Socialist system of Soviet Union because their claim to popular welfare was called into question particularly by the western imperialist terrocracies. Bhopal tragedy is still remains unsettled and people continue to suffer but Indian regime and  agents of WMD are still active to pursue their terror interests of bloodyprofits. 

When a regime uses military and police forces to kill peaceful demonstrators demanding closure of nuclear terror projects on their soil, forcing them to go violent to defend themselves from state terror operations, that national regime has no legitimacy to rule any more. Indian regime both at the center and states have become blood thirsty, upon drinking the blood of innocent Kashmiris for decades. State terrorism must end in India.

Both TN CM Joyalalitha and terror PM Manmohan must step down taking full responsibility for the conspiratorial terrorizing and killing of innocent people of Kudankulam.

Indian ruling elites have made India a terrocracy.  The Hindutva leader Subram Swamy has asked the army to be used to kill the people of Kudankulam. That much of love for the people and their genuine terror concerns from the rulers and leaders! The rulers are extra corrupt and are also criminals. They are ready to kill the voters  to promote  international nuclear lobbies and merchants of death.!

Terrorism is caused by anti-Islamic forces. Fake democracies like USA and India have zero-tolerance to any criticism of their anti-Muslim and other aggressive practices. Anti-Muslimism and anti-Islamism are more dangerous than "terrorism" Anti-Islamic forces and terrorists are using criminal elements for terrorizing the world and they in disguise are harming genuine interests of ordinary Muslims.  Global media today, even in Muslim nations, are controlled by CIA and other anti-Islamic agencies.


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