IndiaRSS gang within police; Kummanam against Annie Raja's statement

RSS gang within police; Kummanam against Annie Raja’s statement


  • The names of police officers who belong to the RSS should be disclosed
  • Do not use the name of RSS for political gain
  • The reaction was against Annie Raja’s statement

Kochi: Kummanam Rajasekharan has come out against CPI leader Annie Raja for raising suspicions that an RSS gang is operating inside the Kerala police. Kummanam demanded that Annie Raja be prepared to reveal the names of the RSS officers in the Kerala Police. The BJP leader also said that the RSS should not be dragged down for political gain.

At the same time, Anne Raja expressed suspicion that the RSS gang was operating in the police and suggested that a special minister be appointed for the safety of women. Anne Raja has made the demand citing recent atrocities against women. She said there should be a special department for women security and a full-time minister. Now the Department of Women’s Safety is working with another department. But women’s security needs an independent department. Anne Raja said she would write to the Chief Minister and the LDF in this regard.

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It is news from Kerala that a mother was on a train with her children for fear of anti-social elements. Despite complaining to the police, they had a similar situation. Police should be made aware of domestic violence. The police are deliberately interfering with the state government’s policy on women’s safety. Saneesha’s death in Kannur was due to domestic violence. Such a situation would not have occurred if the police had intervened cautiously.

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We have seen fathers and daughters being publicly abused for stealing phones. This is also a move that should be strongly condemned by the police. Many deaths are caused by police negligence. “It’s a shame at the national level,” she said.

Opposition leader VD Satheesan, meanwhile, said the allegations made by Anne Raja against the Kerala police were “serious”. Anne Raja said this based on some evidence. VD Satheesan said that the evidence should be disclosed to the government and the Chief Minister should take necessary action on the issue raised by Annie Raja.

K Sivadasan Nair said that he did not criticize the Congress leadership but said it was a natural response


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