ABVP seeks special team to probe Vishal’s murder

Published: 19th July 2012 10:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th July 2012 10:33 AM   |  A+A-

ABVP national secretary N Ravikumar and state secretary M Aneesh Kumar have demanded setting up a special team to probe the murder of Vishal at Chengannur.

In a statement issued here, they said that the murder was similar to that of terrorist activities.

The incident shows that terrorist activities are growing on campuses in the state. There were attempts to make the campuses safe hideouts for the National Democratic Front (NDF) activists. They also have the secret support of Muslim League.

They alleged that NDF training programmes are being conducted out at Chengannur Christian College.

The students who are NDF members are behind the activities.

The Campus Front members have also created several problems with students organisations earlier too. On the day of the murder, Campus Front members were engaged in a scuffle with SFI members.

 The student organisations in the college have submitted complaints regarding the activities of Campus Front to the college authorities but no steps have been taken to check the illegal activities.

The injuries which caused the death of Vishal clearly points out that trained personal was behind the attack on students.

It is the policy of Campus Front to make the campuses a training ground for NDF.

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy should take steps to ban Campus Front which is attempting to take students to the path of terrorism.


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