Kerala based Hindu outfit leader accused of making inflammatory speeches

The complainant has alleged that some of Sasikala's recent speeches, widely circulated on social media, could flare up communal tension in the state.

By: PTI | Kasaragod | Published:October 16, 2016 3:37 pm
sasikala-759 Hindu Aikya Vedi state President K P Sasikala. (You tube)

A police complaint has been filed by a government pleader against a top functionary of a Kerala-based Hindu outfit for allegedly making inflammatory speeches. Police said they were examining the complaint filed recently by government pleader C Shukkur against Hindu Aikya Vedi state President K P Sasikala and no case has so far been registered.

The complainant has alleged that some of Sasikala’s recent speeches, widely circulated on social media, could flare up communal tension in the state. He also submitted a CD containing some of the speeches, downloaded from YouTube, besides web links to them. Kasaragod district police chief Thomson Jose said police was verifying the complaint and the videos.

“We received a complaint in this regard but no case has been registered as of now. The complainant submitted a set of links of the videos of her speeches,” he told PTI.

The official also said the speeches, mentioned in the complaint, were made outside Kasaragod and a detailed examination was needed in this regard.

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    Kusumadharagowda
    Oct 16, 2016 at 1:20 pm
    Finally Hindus are waking up in Kerala.
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    Alex
    Oct 17, 2016 at 3:18 am
    The poison is spreading to Kerala. The God's Own Country is going to devil. People of Kerala should ubderstand, w north India is poisoned by Hinduism and Kerala is the only free state remaining. Kick out BJP or kerala is dead.
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    lal
    Oct 18, 2016 at 7:34 am
    Mr C Shukkur, did you forget to hand over the speeches in cd of Shamsudheen Fareed,and other fi preachers in Kerala and zakir naik. Kerala is a top hub in India converting to Christianity and Islam not just in Kerala but also reached Nepal way through orissa and Kashmir and other Indian states.
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