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'Innerwear is saffron': PFI leader makes controversial remark against High Court judges

In a viral video, a boy in a PFI rally in Alappuzha was seen raising the slogan that Hindus should keep rice for their last rites and Christians should keep incense for their last rites.

Poorva Joshi Edited by: Poorva Joshi @poorvajoshi1424 Alappuzha Updated on: May 29, 2022 8:50 IST
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'Innerwear is saffron': PFI leader makes controversial remark against High Court judges

Highlights

  • PFI leader Yahiya Tangal made a controversial remark against HC judges.
  • He said their "innerwear is saffron".
  • His remark came in the wake of a recent provocative sloganeering at a PFI rally.

Kerala Popular Front (PFI) leader Yahiya Tangal on Saturday made a controversial remark against the High Court judges saying their "innerwear is saffron". His remark came in the wake of a recent provocative sloganeering. At a rally in Alappuzha, Tangal said, "Courts are getting shocked easily now. High court judges are getting shocked after hearing the slogans of our Alappuzha rally. Do you know the reason? The reason is that their innerwear is saffron. Since it's saffron, they will get heated very fast. You will feel the burn and it will disturb you."

In the viral video, a boy in a PFI rally in Alappuzha was seen raising the slogan that "Hindus should keep rice for their last rites and Christians should keep incense for their last rites. If your live decently, you can live in our land and if you don't live decently, we know Azadi (freedom). Live decently, decently, decently."

Earlier, PFI state president CP Muhammad Basheer on Tuesday said that the slogan was against Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). He added that his party will continue to fight and resist RSS terrorism.

This came as a direct threat to the Hindu and Christian population living in Kerala, with PFI warning the death penalty if they don't fall in line.

The Kerala Police on Friday arrested 18 more people in connection with the PFI sloganeering case.

Kerala High Court has directed police to take appropriate action against the Popular Front of India in connection with alleged provocative sloganeering in connection with the May 21 rally held in Alappuzha.

(With ANI Inputs)

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