- A former RSS worker alleged that he was tortured by Sangh Parivar
- K Surendran said the party had retaliated to earlier attacks
- Devaswom Minister had accused RSS of providing arms training on temple premises
Kerala government is mooting to bring in a legislation to prevent arms training in religious institutions, the Chief Minister announced in the Assembly. The Chief Minister also said he would look into the allegations of violence by RSS and BJP.
A former RSS worker has on last month alleged that he was tortured by Sangh Parivar activists. Several RSS workers had openly said about the nature of training provided by Sangh Parivar, and the government is planning to look into the issue based on such statements.
BJP leader K Surendran had in a speech in Mangaluru has said that RSS and BJP had retaliated to attacks on their workers and had even committed murder. He said the outfits had retaliated at a very earlier time when they used to get only 2% vote share which has not grown to 16%. The BJP leader also said that the party is not scared of big mouths in the society and that it won't leave those who attack them.
CPM had also accused RSS of providing training to use arms and had demanded a probe into it calling out it as an illegal practice.
Devaswom Minister too had accused RSS of running its sakhas on temple premises to provide weapon training. He also demanded to ban RSS from temple premises in the state.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:48 PM