Govt collating info on KFD's terror links'

Govt collating info on KFD's terror links'

“We will write to the Centre to ban these organisations with all the evidence and proof.  The police are collating information on the activities of the forum and their links with various groups,” he said.

Talking to reporters here on Monday, he said the investigation so far in the Hunsur teenagers’ murder case has proved the involvement of six arrested Karnataka Forum for Dignity activists. The accused made regular phone calls to other KFD members during the three days of holding Hunsur boys for ransom.

He said the KFD and PFI were two faces of a same coin — wrapped their faces with different masks. We would remove their masks and unveil their real face to the world with proof, the minister remarked.

The Kerala state government has already written to the Centre stating that the Forum was a threat to national interests and integrity. The neighbouring state has sought a ban on the organisation as it was engaged in anti-national activities. “Forum and Front were also behind several communal riots in Mysore and other places,” Ashoka added.

He said the search for the other accused and the kingpin in the Hunsur kidnap and murder case was on and the police would soon nail them.

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