An office-bearer of the Common Entrance of India (PFI) was immediately arrested in reference to the killing of an RSS employee in Palakkad district of Kerala, police mentioned right here.
The district police chief R Viswanadh instructed reporters right here that the arrested activist was instantly concerned within the killing of A Sanjith at Mambaram within the district. Police mentioned the opposite culprits can be arrested quickly.
The identification of the office-bearer has not been disclosed as his identification parade needs to be carried out as a part of the investigation.
The sufferer’s spouse had mentioned she may establish the individuals who got here in a automotive and killed her husband.
Sanjith (27) was hacked to loss of life on November 15 whereas he was taking his spouse to her office, the police had mentioned.
Earlier immediately, police mentioned they’ve taken three individuals into custody.
The BJP and Sangh Parivar organisations have alleged that the activists of Social Democratic Celebration of India (SDPI), the political offshoot of Islamist outfit Common Entrance of India (PFI), had been behind the broad daylight homicide.
SDPI has rejected the allegations.
In the meantime, BJP State president Ok Surendran met Union Dwelling Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi, in search of a probe by the Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) into the killing.
In a letter to the Dwelling Minister, a duplicate which was made recognized, the BJP chief alleged that 10 RSS-BJP activists had been killed in Kerala by alleged jihadi teams within the final 5 years. He alleged that to date about 50 Sangh Parivar activists had been killed by them within the State.
The police claimed the breakthrough in Sanjith’s case amid protests by the BJP and the Sangh Parivar over the delay in arresting the culprits. Attacking the CPI(M)-led state authorities and the police, the BJP has sought a probe by the NIA into the killing.
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