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Slogans inciting hatred in Kerala rally-Dinamani IV News

Slogans inciting hatred in Kerala rally-Dinamani

The boy’s father was questioned by police on Saturday for raising hateful slogans between two groups at a Popular Front of India (PFI) rally in Kerala.

A boy sitting on someone’s shoulder raised disgusting slogans at a rally organized by PFI in Alappuzha on 21st under the name ‘Let’s Defend the Republic’. The police registered a case following a complaint after the video quickly spread on social media. Meanwhile, when the matter came up for hearing in the Kerala Magistrate’s court, the court had expressed dissatisfaction over the laxity of the police.

After this, the police went to the boy’s house in Palluruthi on Saturday and took the boy’s father for questioning. Police said they would take him to Alappuzha and interrogate him further.

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Meanwhile, the boy’s father said that his son has not said anything wrong. Ava said, ‘We did not teach our son slogans that spread hatred. We are used to attending rallies organized by PFI. He learned those slogans while attending rallies against the Citizenship Amendment Act. Their sloganeering is nothing new. But this time alone I don’t know why they are actively investigating. So far 20 people have been arrested in this connection. Many are being investigated.

A case has been registered between the two parties under sections 155A (153A), incitement to religious hatred (295A) and breach of public peace (505-1B). Police sources said that the boy will soon be counseled at a government centre.

It is being told that the boy and his family are hiding after the rally on 21.

Meanwhile, PFI volunteers protested in Palluruthi, condemning the boy’s father being taken for questioning by the police.

The slogans raised by the boy included anti-Hindu and anti-Christian slogans, causing a stir in the entire state.


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