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RSS held 30 weapons training camps during Christmas, alleges CPM

The CPM has alleged that the RSS had organised weapons training and other illegal activities at 30 centres across the state during the Christmas holidays.

Published: 05th January 2017 05:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th January 2017 05:00 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The CPM has alleged that the RSS had organised weapons training and other illegal activities at 30 centres across the state during the Christmas holidays. The party leadership, in a statement here, demanded a probe into the development.  

The CPM state leadership pointed out that details about the weapons training at a programme called ‘Sibiram’ were now  out with enough evidence. “As per the evidence, a training programme named ‘Niyudha’ was organised during the six-day Sibiram. It’s enough evidence that the RSS has been trying to create violence in the state,” the statement said, while terming the situation highly serious.  

“It should be probed who gave permission for such programmes. Government establishments should not be allowed to be misused for weapons training,” the CPM said. and alleged that the other day there was a deliberate attempt by the BJP to create violence at Cheemeni in Kasargod. 

The CPM leadership alleged that BJP attempted to create deliberate violence during its hartal at Kasargod. The BJP has been trying to create provocation through such incidents. The RSS leadership is behind the planning, the CPM said and demanded that the State Government should take strong action against weapons training and other illegal activities. 



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