Muslim League and Popular Front terrorists behind Kanhangad riots , Admits Kerala Chief Minister

published on October 25, 2011

KASARGOD: The Indian Union Muslim League leadership has decided to conduct camps to find out whether the party activists had any connection with the cadre of the Popular Front of India (PFI).

It was none other than Chief Minister Oommen Chandy who had replied to a submission in the Assembly that IUML activists were behind the Kanhangad disturbances, disgracing the IUML leadership. The party received another jolt when the police stated that out of the four IUML activists who had attacked the district office of the DYFI in Vidyanagar, one was an activist of the Popular Front.

Though Youth League district president Moideen Kollampady denied the police version, the police insisted that one of the assailants was a PFI supporter.

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