For the next five days, the state will be under the watch of the police to prevent the outbreak of any political violence in the wake of the announcement of Lok Sabha results on Thursday.
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Earlier, the Administrative Reforms Department had issued a circular asking the government department heads to ensure Malayalam is used as official medium.
Sources said KPA office-bearers were in touch with a few CPM leaders requesting their support in limiting the probe to a few.
The temple committees have been asked to ensure the identity of volunteers before issuing entry passes.
Earlier, Behera said stringent action would be taken if the police inquiry found any person to have violated the law.
Lathika Subhash, the state president of Mahila Congress, has urged the police to take action against the accused students and to bring justice to the victim.
The NIA said that they wanted to include three more people as accused in the case in which the agency has already arrested 21 persons.
Behra ordered the probe after an audio clip of two police officials speaking on the postal ballots surfaced in the media.
The Congress also demanded repolling at the stations where the bogus voting took place.
A policeman from Vattappara in the state capital told a news channel that the Kerala Police Association had bought postal votes from members to carry out bogus voting in favour of left candidates.
The police have launched a detailed probe into Gulf-based sex rackets operating in the state.
Ramesh said generally the policemen who are on duty collect the ballot paper themselves and after casting their votes put it in sealed covers and return it to the polling officer.
Like many other city police wings like MUmai Police, the Kerala Police is also using trolls to givesocial messages via humour.