The Kerala Police on Friday arrested 18 extra individuals in reference to the PFI sloganeering case.
“These had been the individuals who had been repeating the slogans raised by the kid. Two individuals had been arrested earlier”, stated Kerala Police.
Kerala Excessive Court docket has directed police to take applicable motion towards the Common Entrance of India in reference to alleged provocative sloganeering in reference to the Might 21 rally held in Alappuzha.
Erattuepetta resident Anas, who carried the minor boy on his shoulders, was the primary individual to be arrested within the case.
Within the viral video, a boy is seen elevating the slogan that “Hindus ought to hold rice for his or her final rites and Christians ought to hold incense for his or her final rites. In case your dwell decently, you’ll be able to dwell in our land and should you do not dwell decently, we all know Azadi (freedom). Reside decently, decently, decently.”
This got here as a direct risk to the Hindu and Christian inhabitants residing in Kerala, with PFI warning the demise penalty if they do not fall in line.
Kerala Police on Tuesday registered a case towards PFI Alappuzha district president Nawas Vandanam and District Secretary Mujeeb within the hate speech matter beneath part 153A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
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