Govt. move to supress will be resisted- RSS

published on June 26, 2008

‘Govt trying to suppress RSS’

KOLLAM: BJP state general secretary A N Radhakrishnan has said that the State Government was trying to suppress the RSS using the police machinery.

Inaugurating the SP office march organised by the RSS and affiliated organisations on Wednesday in protest against the police move to ‘banish’ RSS Thrikkovilvattom mandalam sahakaryavah Rajesh by including him in the goonda list, Radhakrishnan said the Kollam police were trying to implement “police raj” in the district like in many other parts of the state.

He said the police officers were behaving like CPM functionaries. He challenged the police to arrest Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan’s son, who allegedly had link with godman Santhosh Madhavan.

Radhakrishnan said that if the police were going ahead with the move against RSS workers they would resist it at any cost. Goonda Act was used to banish RSS leaders like Rajesh. The SP office march was just the beginning of the agitations against the black laws, he said.

The march which began from the Taluk Office junction saw slogans being raised against the black laws and DYFI and CPM. RSS district prachar pramukh C K Chandrababu, district sahakaryavah D Suresh and BJP district president Kizhakkanela Sudhakaran spoke.

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