Popular Front of India activist arrested over Swayamsevak’s murder case in Kerala

Palakkad (Kerala) – Police have arrested a Popular Front of India (PFI) activist in connection with the murder of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) volunteer Sanjith a few days ago. The identity of the accused PFI worker has not been revealed; as his identity parade is yet to happen. The wife of the deceased has said, she can identify Sanjith’s murderer. District SP R Vishwanath said that other culprits involved in the case will be arrested soon.

The BJP and the Sangh have alleged that the workers of the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), the political wing of the Popular Front of India, are behind this murder”, but SDPI has denied these allegations.

Jihadis have killed 50 Sangh Parivar workers in the State so far – B J P

Editorial Comments

  • Hindus feel that the BJP Government at the Centre should take efforts to provide security to the vulnerable devout Hindus in Kerala and other States
  • The Central Government should immediately ban the jihadi organisation PFI

BJP State President K Surendran met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi and demanded the investigation of the murder to be handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).  Surendran, in a letter to Amit Shah, claimed that during the last five years, 10 Sangh workers and 3 BJP workers have been killed by jihadi groups in Kerala. Jihadi organisations have killed around 50 Sangh Parivar workers in the State so far.