PFI, SDPI extremist organisations indulging in serious acts of violence, says Kerala HC

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In a recent order, the Kerala High Court has observed that controversial Popular Front of India and Social Democratic Party of India are “extremist organisations” but not banned. “No doubt, SDPI and PFI are extremist organisations indulging in serious acts of violence. All the same, those are not banned organisations,” Justice K Haripal observed in a recent order while rejecting a CBI probe into the killing of an RSS worker who was hacked to death in November last year in Palakkad district of the state.

The Kerala High Court has observed that Popular Front of India (PFI) and Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) were “extremist organisations” but not banned. As per a recent report, Justice K Haripal observed in a recent order while rejecting a plea seeking CBI probe into the killing of an RSS worker who was hacked to death in November last year in Palakkad district of the state.

The Kerala High Court has observed that Popular Front of India (PFI) and Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) were “extremist organisations” but not banned. Justice K Haripal, who made these observations in a recent order while rejecting a plea seeking CBI probe into the killing of an RSS worker who was hacked to death in November last year in Palakkad district of the state, said it could not ask the state police to investigate every such incident, as it would be “immensely costly and time consuming”.

The Kerala High Court has observed that Popular Front of India (PFI) and Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) were “extremist organisations”.The court rejected a plea seeking CBI probe into the killing of an RSS worker who was hacked to death in November last year in Palakkad district of the state.

The Kerala High Court has observed that Popular Front of India (PFI) and Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) were “extremist organisations” but not banned.

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