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Kerala: Five PFI workers arrested for violent activities during statewide strike

Kottayam/Kollam (Kerala): Through the Statewide strike of Standard Entrance of India (PFI) in Kerala on September 23 to protest the raids on its places of work throughout the nation and the arrest of its leaders, 5 of its leaders from Kottayam and Kollam districts had been accused of violent actions. The activists have been arrested.

4 PFI activists had been arrested from Kottayam on Monday for vandalizing a bakery and damaging Kerala State Street Transport Company (KSRTC) buses. A PFI employee was additionally arrested from Kollam on Monday.

The PFI activist is accused of hitting a police motorcycle to keep away from being caught by the policemen. They mentioned the police had been attempting to nab him as he was allegedly intimidating and abusing folks current on the Kottiyam-Pallimukku part of Nationwide Freeway-66 on September 23.

Whereas attempting to flee from the police, the accused hit the bike of the patrolling policeman and fled. Two officers on the bike had been significantly injured, one among whom remains to be hospitalized, police mentioned on Tuesday. The accused, arrested from Kollam, has been booked for the offense of try and homicide and the courtroom has despatched him to 14-day judicial custody.

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