New Facts Emerge On The Murky Role Of Communist Student Body SFI In Rohith Vemula Death

Some sensational revelations are emerging in the Telugu media over the tragic incident of Rohith Vemula’s death, which are being largely ignored by our national media in its desperation to paint this incident as a death caused by caste discrimination. These revelations have also brought into question the role of student groups like SFI (Communist Party of India’s student body), ASA (Ambedkar Study Association), and some radical Christian missionary elements.

As per reports emerging in the Telugu media, Rohith’s paternal grandparents said that they were OBC and later on converted to Christianity. It is worth noting, at this juncture, that the way in which the Christian missionary mafia had a free run in the then united Andhra Pradesh for 10 years under Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s CM appointees like Y Samuel R Reddy and his successors, will have damaging repercussions on the fabric of Andhra society for years to come.

During investigation by University authorities of the physical assault on ABVP’s Susheel Kumar, by a group of 40 people belonging to ASA and led by Rohith, it appears that Rohith wanted to compromise and settle the issue with Susheel, but SFI didn’t allow him to. Did they want the political pot to keep boiling at the expense of a young scholar’s academics?!

This is what Rohith had posted on his FB wall in October last year regarding an instance where SFI was trying to play off Dalits against each other.

And it appears that in the lines which had been struck off from his suicide note, Rohith had narrated how he is disillusioned with ASA, SFI and other such organizations which he felt ‘exist for their own sake’.

Rohit Vemula’s suicide note with struck off lines

So it is not surprising that a Dalit group by the name Dalit Iykyata Vedika has come forward to question the murky role of SFI in this whole episode.

And at least some local TV channels are calling out the disgraceful farce that the ‘champions’ of secularism, liberalism, and social justice in Bharat have reduced this whole affair to.

TMC MP Derek O’brien also managed to spare time to visit University of Hyderabad and incite students there. We wonder if he has found the time yet to visit Malda, where Islamists recently went on a deadly rampage?

Unless, common citizens on the ground understand these standard tactics used by political vultures and soul harvesters, Rohith Vemula’s death will be spun as viciously as the Christians Under Attack‘ and ‘Rising Intolerance‘ variety of false narratives which were used to manufacture public opinion before crucial state elections, mar the image of the nation, and guilt trip Hindu society.