28.1 C
Wednesday, July 24, 2024 8:16 am
HomeIndiaGovernor Khan on black flag protest, car attack in Thiruvananthapuram

Governor Khan on black flag protest, car attack in Thiruvananthapuram

Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan. ANI

Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan on Tuesday accused Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan of hatching a conspiracy to harm him after SFI activists held a black flag protest in opposition to him and allegedly attacked his automotive in Thiruvananthapuram on Monday evening.

Khan claimed that assaults on him are being carried out underneath the instructions of Vijayan and the police have been prevented from taking motion in opposition to the criminals concerned in these incidents.

Addressing reporters in New Delhi, Khan stated, “Police have been prevented from acting against these rowdies, criminals. This was the fifth incident. The rods on which they had the black flags, they were using those rods to hit the car…. There are so many scratches on the car.”

“Everything is being done under his direction (Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan). It is he who has hatched this conspiracy. These people are working on the instructions of the Chief Minister. I do not try to scare anybody, there is no question I shall be scared of anything,” he added.

Reacting to the incident, Union Minister and BJP chief V Muraleedharan alleged that Kerala’s Chief Minister is performing in opposition to the Governor as he takes a agency stand in opposition to the corruption and nepotism of the state authorities.

“Yesterday’s incident in Thiruvananthapuram where Kerala Governor was attacked depicts the level of law and order situation in the state. The fact that he was attacked thrice during his travel from Raj Bhavan to the airport, a distance of around 5 km these people were let loose by the ruling front and police were made ineffective to suit the interests of the people who were there to attack the Governor,” Union Minister added.

In the meantime, police have taken 17 SFI employees into custody with seven employees being arrested for allegedly hitting the Governor’s car. The case has been registered underneath a number of sections of the Indian Penal Code.

In response to a press release from the SFI “Governor has appointed senate members in Calicut and Kerala universities from the listing of RSS violating the college guidelines . That is undemocratic. That is an try and tie campuses within the RSS shed . SFI was organising protest in opposition to this and we are going to proceed it . Chancellor nominated members violating all guidelines . Our choice is that SFI is not going to permit governor to enter in any campuses in Kerala. We’ll take up our protest in that method . We’ll strengthen the protest in opposition to governor on streets. In our agenda, we by no means aimed to bodily assault the governor or take up the protest in dangerous method. Our protest will probably be in democratic method . There gained’t be any undemocratic protes

With inputs from companies



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular


Recent Comments