Kerala Police CPO PK Anas who has been suspended in connection with the SDPI-RSS case. & Nbsp | & nbspPhoto credit: & nbspTimes Now
- SDPI activists were arrested on December 2 in a case in which 6 of them allegedly assaulted a bus driver named Madhusoodhan in Idukki’s Thodupuzha.
- The bus driver was charged with posting sensitive messages to the community on Facebook.
Idukki: A Kerala police officer was suspended for leaking confidential information, including details of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh workers to activists from the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI).
PK Anas, a CPO (Civil Police Officer) from Karimannoor Police Station, was suspended today after an internal investigation found that the police officer had leaked information from the police database to the defendants’ private chat groups.
The CPO was transferred to the Idukki headquarters. However, today he was suspended from the force after a detailed investigation.
SDPI activists were arrested on December 2 in a case in which six of them allegedly assaulted a bus driver named Madhusoodhan in Thodupuzha of Idukki district.
The bus driver was assaulted after being accused of posting sensitive messages to the community on Facebook.
Meanwhile, Kerala police officers investigating the murder of an RSS worker in the Palakkad district today arrested an SDPI activist from the Cherpulassery area in connection with the crime.
“The person arrested is directly involved in the murder. He cut the victim with a sword. He is an SDPI activist, ”district police chief R Viswanadh told the media.
With this, the number of people arrested in the case rose to six, including two officials from the Popular Front of India (PFI). SDPI is the political front for the PFI, a banned organization accused of perpetrating extremist activities, especially in Kerala.