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Except Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan and Other Left Leaders Country Mourns the Death of Kerala Nurse Soumya Santhosh Killed by Palestinian Terrorists in Israel

WebdeskMay 12, 2021, 05:35 PM IST

Except Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan and Other Left Leaders Country Mourns the Death of Kerala Nurse Soumya Santhosh Killed by Palestinian Terrorists in Israel

The Palestinian terrorists killed Kerala nurse Soumya Santhosh in Israel Monday night. A rocket launched by the terrorists hit the apartment where Soumya was taking care of an old woman. Indians were mourning the death of 31-year-old Soumya who put duty above everything else. But Kerala Chief Minister comrade Pinarayi Vijayan did not mourn her death. In fact, no Left leaders mourned her death. On the contrary, many Leftists in the country expressed solidarity with the Palestinian terrorists.'\ Dr. Ran Malka, Israeli Ambassador to India, put out three tweets mourning the passing away of Soumya Santhosh. Vijayan put out a tweet Wednesday morning saluting the nurses on the occasion of International Nurses Day. But he didn’t mention Soumya Santhosh. Soumaya too was a nurse who was killed in the line of duty. She was in Israel for the past 10 years. Another Left leader Sitaram Yechury put out a tweet congratulating nurses on International Nurses Day. But he also conveniently skipped mentioning Soumya Santhosh. The Left has always supported the Palestinian terrorists.

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