Kerala Muslim Jamaath to organise meetings against terrorism

Thiruvnanthapuram: Amid reports that Muslim youths from Kerala were being radicalised, Kerala Muslim Jamaat has decided to launch an anti-terrorism campaign across the state.

Kerala Muslim Jamaat (KMJ), which met here today, said it view with great concern the reports that “tremors of global terrorism under the influence of Salfi ideology has its impact in Kerala also.”

Under this circumstances, Kerala Muslim Jamaat would organise grass root level people’s conduct programme in all the 140 assembly constituencies, Kerala Muslim Jamaat State Secretary A Saifuddin Haji said here today in a statement.

KMJ would hold the ‘Manavasureksha’ meetings in all the constituencies between October 22 and November 30, he said.

Anti-terrorism seminars at district level and special discourses at selected 3000 centres have been planned as part of the campaign, it said.