Martyrs dictionary: 387 names including Wariamkunnan and Ali Musliar to be removed from martyrs list – 387 moplah martyrs to be removed from indian freedom struggle martyrs dictionary

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  • The Malabar riots have nothing to do with the fight for freedom
  • Wariamkunnan is just a rebel
  • Many of the prisoners were reported to have died of cholera

New Delhi: The names of 387 Malabar rebel leaders, including Wariamkunnath Kunhahammed Haji and Ali Musliar, will be removed from the list of martyrs in India’s freedom struggle. The report was presented by a three-member committee appointed by the Indian Council for Historical Research (ICHR) of the Central Government. The report claims that the Malabar riots of 1921 were not a fight for freedom, but were aimed at conversion.

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Riot slogans have nothing to do with nationalism. An attempt was made to establish a caliphate. Had the riots been successful, India would have lost the territory, according to the report. According to the report, Wariamkunnan is a rebel.

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Many of the prisoners died of cholera. Therefore, they cannot be considered martyrs, the report said. According to the report, only a handful of people were executed after the trial. According to the IACHR, the list of freedom fighters will be published in October.

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