In their quest to destroy the land of Sanatana & to appease 1 particular dynasty, Communists of India Forgot their own founder who died fighting for Bharat's Freedom.
The inspiring story of Abaninath Mukherjee, an Anushilan Samithi freedom fighter & 1 of
the 7 people who established Communist Party of India.
The Tragedy is HIS DEATH.
He was Executed By Joseph Stalin on 28 October 1937 and his death was acknowledged only after 20 Years.
Along with him there was another victim, Virendranath Chattopadhaya, the younger brother of
Sarojini Naidu.
For a set of freedom fighters, the lure of Marx & Russia proved fatal. They were drawn to Bolshevism by Lenin and met their end at the hands of Joseph Stalin.
Abani was born at Jabalpur on 3 June 1891, learnt weaving & was employed at a cotton mill.
In 1914, Mukherji met Rash Behari Bose and joined Anushilan Samithi. In 1915, he was sent to Japan to acquire weapons for the freedom movement. According to British intelligence reports he was active in the Hindu–German conspiracy.
In September 1915, while on his return journey
to Bharat, he was arrested in Singapore but escaped in 1917.(Dont know how)
Mukherji reached Java stayed there till the end of 1919, he met Indonesian and Dutch revolutionaries and became a communist.
He travelled to Amsterdam and met S.J. Rutgers, who recommended him as a
delegate to the Second Congress of the Communist International.
There he met M. N. Roy, his wife Evelyn & they drafted a document under the title "The Indian Communist Manifesto".
The #CommunistPartyofIndia was founded in Tashkent on 17 October 1920 by MN Roy, Evelyn Roy-Trent,
Abani Mukherjee, Rosa Fitingov, Mohammad Ali, Mohamad Shafiq and Acharya, these 2 muslims were going to Turkey for Jihad but landed up being Commis.

In 1921 Mukherji drafted a document on the Malabar uprising, which he sent to Lenin. In 1922, Roy and Mukherji together wrote the
book India in Transition, a Marxist analysis of the Indian Rebellion of 1857, which the Communist International published in four languages in 1922.
The book argued that the 1857 rebellion had failed to rid India of feudalism.
They wrote in favour of Lenin or according to them
Moplah Riots was class riot between Hindu Lords & Muslim Peasants, whereas the truth was it was a genocide by Islamic Jihadis.
1 Good thing Abani did was while trying to interpret it as class war, he also highlighted Muslim fanatics especially clergy mullas diverting Khilafat
movement against Peace Loving Hindu neighbours.
He also wrote, Hindus were given 2 options...
DEATH or ISLAM, the Hindus were massacred, forcibly
converted & if refused were hacked to death.
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan in a bid to appease Muslims, wrote in 2014 that Lenin had
asked Abani to write about "Muslims of Malabar & Left", curiosity led me to open this PDF and this blood spilling truth came out.
Down the years, both M N Roy & Mukherjee had difference of opinions, and they became BITTER ENEMIES.
Marxism & hate clouded
the eyes of Abani to such an extent that, he stopped supporting Nationalists, became a lecturer at USSR.
What For?
He was hunted like a pig in the end.
This below paragraph are sourced from archives of @IndianExpress
"KGB archival records show that as many as 45 Indian
revolutionaries were sent to firing squads on trumped-up charges of espionage and conspiracies.
Of that 12 were identified, 33 freedom fighters are unknown even today.
The Bharatiya Communists in Russia, who held a special relation with several Indian revolutionaries including
Savarkar and also the Communist Party of Great Britain, were sent to firing squads just before Stalin signed the Treaty of Non-Aggression with Germany in 1939.
Purobi Roy, who holds a chair in St Petersburg University, says that while Russia is trying to find out what happened
to the ‘lost revolutionaries who began vanishing from the late ’30s to early ’40, there’s hardly any interest in India to trace their men.
‘‘I think neither the Congress nor the Indian Communists wanted to disturb the Indo-Russian friendship,’’said Roy in 2003."
#AbaniMukherji was arrested on 02/06/1937 and detained at Moscow, he was executed on Stalin's orders on 28 October 1937 along with #VirendranathChattopadhyaya.
Red jihad | Kochi News - Times of India
By: Ramachandran During the Great Purges of 1937-1938, Stalin had two Indians lined up against the wall and shot.
Red jihad | Kochi News - Times of India (indiatimes.com)


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