Arrogant Editor and Sub Editors of SFI’s college magazine arrested

published on June 15, 2014

GURUVAYUR: The police on Sunday arrested nine SFI students of Sreekrishna College in Guruvayur.
Arrest is made following complaint made by Hindu organisations and Congress outfits for using “objectionable and unsavoury” language against Modi, garbed in the guise of a cross-word puzzle.

Other politicians defamed are Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, party MP Shashi Tharoor as well as spiritual leader Mata Amrithanandamayi.

Student editor Vibin Raj, sub-editor P K Shihab, editorial members V A Ashiq, U S Sajil, Lenin Vishnu, Sahil, Girish, Alwin K Benny, K S Sanoop and N P Sajib were arrested for using objectionable language against Modi in the journal. They were later released on bail.

Police said the remaining three accused, chief editor and college principal D Jayaprasad, staff editor Santhosh and advisory board member P G Subindas, would be arrested soon. The college magazine titled ‘Name’ had used Modi’s nickname ‘NaMo’ as a crossword clue with the purported solution ‘NAyeente MOn’ (s.. of a b….).

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