The extremist outfit has slowly crept into the colleges and become capable of physically eliminating their opponents in this short span of time.
The killing of Abhimanyu, a 20-year-old student and SFI activist, at the Maharajas College in Ernakulam has put the spotlight on what the absence of healthy politics in the campus can lead to.
According to sources, the NIA and IB have been monitoring the activities of PFI and allied organisations in connection with extremist activities.
Between 2012 and 2013, the police has filed a couple of reports about the rising religious fundamentalist activities on college campuses.
The Campus Front, PFI’s student wing, is being held responsible for the murder of SFI leader, Abhimanyu.
A chemistry student of Maharaja’s College in Ernakulam, Abhimanyu lost his life to campus politics.
Gopakumar (name changed) and his daughter reached the city from Wayanad on Sunday evening
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