Kerala Police file complaint against VHP women’s wing for Brandi…


Thiruvananthapuram, May 30 (IANS) Kerala Police on Monday filed a case against the organizers of a rally from the women’s wing of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad – Durga Vahini – in the state capital after protests as visuals showed four members carrying swords.

The case was registered by the Aryancode Police Station on the outskirts of the capital as the incident took place under its jurisdiction.

Videos from Sunday’s rally saw four members brandishing swords.

The SDPI, the political wing of the Indian Popular Front, had approached the police against this and following the spread of the video of the rally on social media, the police filed a case under the Arms Act for attempting to disturb community peace and harmony.

Lately, various rallies and speeches have flown under the police radar and in an incident in Alappuzha earlier this month, police have already arrested more than a dozen PFI activists after a viral video showed a 10-year-old boy perched on a man’s shoulder, leading a slogan campaign attacking other communities.




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