A total of 55 cases have been registered in this regard. Of the arrested, 25 are leaders while 38 are cadres, according to the officers.
Police had yesterday carried out raids at the offices and residences of some leaders and workers of the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) in various parts of the state.
Ernakulam Central ACP K Laljy said the search has been intensified to find those who are on the run. A team led by CI A Ananthalal, under the monitoring of Laljy, is investigating the case.
Following SFI leader Abhimanyu’s dastardly murder allegedly by political adversaries at the Maharaja’s College here, the Central agencies, including the NIA and the IB, have launched a preliminary
The police team probing the murder of SFI leader Abhimanyu M at the Ernakulam Maharaja's College has taken one more PFI activist in custody on Wednesday.
Three teams comprising 10 officers each have been assigned to trace the 13 persons suspected to have a hand in the incident.
The hartal was announced after six Congress workers were injured in an attack allegedly carried out by DYFI-CPM workers on Monday night.
The extremist outfit has slowly crept into the colleges and become capable of physically eliminating their opponents in this short span of time.
Prof C Raveendranath visited Abhimanyu's father Manoharan, mother Bhoopathy, sister Kawsalya and brother Darishith at their house at Vattavada near Munnar in Idukki.
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.
Abhimanyu was writing welcome messages and an argument between the two groups over graffiti on the walls booked by the SFI resulted in the clash.
According to sources, the NIA and IB have been monitoring the activities of PFI and allied organisations in connection with extremist activities.
The Campus Front, PFI’s student wing, is being held responsible for the murder of SFI leader, Abhimanyu.
The protestors under the leadership of the DYFI Vattavada union took out protest march to the town early morning and demanded the shop owners to close the shops.
According to earlier police reports, NDF, which later merged with PFI and the banned SIMI were taking to campuses under different names to carry out fundamentalist activities and recruit youth.