RSS worker's murder: FIR alleges conspiracy behind Nandu's murder
The FIR filed following the murder of RSS worker Nandu R Krishna alleges that the accused ones have conspired to commit the murder. Also, a car parked on the roadside was loaded with heavy weapons. First accused Harshad and second accused Ashkar exchanged the weapons that were used to kill Nandu. The FIR further claims that Nandu died due to a severe and deep cut on his head.
The accused have been booked under 12 sections including murder and conspiracy.
The police have also arrested eight members of the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) for their involvement in the murder. Prohibitory orders, which include Section 144, were imposed in two taluks of the district following the incident.
On February 24, Nandu R Krishna, the RSS’ local head was hacked to death during a struggle between the Social Democratic Party of India (SPDPI), a political offshoot of Islamist outfit Popular Front of India and the RSS at the Vayalar Nagamkulangara junction. Three SDPI activists and three RSS workers were reportedly injured during the clash.
Earlier, the police have taken eight SDPI activists - Riyaz, Nishadh, Anaz, Khader, Anzil and Suneer - into custody in connection to Nandu’s murder, while a case has been registered against 16 unidentified people.