Kasargod: Bandh call by PFI condemning NIA raid - Stones hurled at goods truck

Stephen Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (MS)

Kasargod, Sep 23: The bandh call given by Popular Front of India (PFI) in the state of Kerala, condemning NIA raid on the offices and houses of leaders of its party, has evoked mixed response in the district.

Stones were hurled at a goods truck on Friday September 23 morning. In other places, peaceful bandh is being observed.

Buses in the district including KSRTC are completely off the road. Private vehicles are plying as usual. Bandh timings are from 6 am to 6 pm.

PFI leaders said that protest meeting will be held at Hosangadi, Uppala and Kasargod later in the day.





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  • H.A. Dsouza, Damoh

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    If this organization is banned when they choped the hand of professor Joseph such situation is not araised. Finally Mr.Joseph got Justice.

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  • Sandy, Udupi

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    This and other incidents of violence in Kerala today proves the terrorism charge against PFI

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  • Vicky D, Dubai

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    No Islamic countries entertain extreme religious groups who promote terrorism because they know what will be the end results. This kind of activities are flourishing in India because of political drawbacks, anti India elements & misguided people. These extreme groups will be happy if they are allowed to do all illegal activities (which are very dangerous for our Nation & people) without interfering in their business! or else they will shout 'Go back NIA' & all!!! Recently a young lady got killed by religious police for not wearing hijab, hence many Iranian ladies protesting by burning the head scarf..

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  • Kiran ganiga, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Yathaaa raja thathaa prajaaaa

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  • Vijay Benedict, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Kerala is the next Kashmir . It shows now.

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  • Ethnic Orchid, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    The border has to be sealed immediately. It has been obvious that all elements will flee to Mangaluru after committing their crimes in Kerala. Playin the victim card is their birthright!

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  • Abdul, Vidyanagar /Kasaragod.

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Border has to be sealed immediately ? Why ? Nonsense.

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  • Sanjeet, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Mangalore and other neighbouring areas are paying a heavy price for letting in people from Mallu Land. They are everywhere now creating a big nuisance.

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  • Biju, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Adh Sheri. Any Keralite who can afford has moved out of the state to Bengaluru, Mumbai and even Mangalore. Including myself. This nuisance has started long long time back perhaps a decade back, but not open. Now its on the streets. Just a matter of time the state Govt is hijacked in full force. Whoever said 'Gods own country' may have to check his rear end cos thats where his /her brain is.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Are you aware that CM's family is already infiltrated???

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  • SRM, Shirva/Mumbai

    Fri, Sep 23 2022


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  • aithappa moolya, manglaore

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    kasargod is a curse in kerala as well as india...the rest of keralites do not deal with kasargodians as they say they are no 1 in fraud in the whole world...people living in this district have to face the brunt of these kind of useless strike and bundhs every second day..

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  • prakash, Manipal

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Bandh is anti public... It is where one group wants to impose hardship on an unconnected group of people... NIA has to do its duty... Bomb blasts do not target a specific community people... When such mindless action happens people across communities loose lives and are amputated for life... This is a welcome and timely crackdown in the interest of peace in the nation... Also it sends strong signal across the seas to the sympathizers and handlers all of us very well know where they emanate...

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  • Hussain suhail Kandathpalli, Bangalore

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    I agree with you Why you not talking about bajrang dal goondas Why only Muslims investigating by NIA Why those bajrangi killed Muslims not investigating by NIA NIA not raiding bajrang dal office and banning communal bajrangi

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  • Thyamppanna, Dxb/Ixe

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Bajrang Dal does have connects with funds coming from other countries to carry out terror activities....bombing and killing people we see in many west countries....God saved us this time...

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  • Nowfal, Kasaragod

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    All Kerala is one irrespective religion district cast we know Karnataka communal tulunadu chaddies and how to deal with them

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  • Joel, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    There's nothing called one, people live in fear of getting killed if they raise their voice.

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