A new case has come to the fore amid allegations of collusion with controversial organizations of the Kerala government. Two Kerala police officers have been suspended for training Popular Front of India (PFI) workers in fire fighting.
On March 30, in a program organized by PFI in Aluva, fire and rescue personnel of Kerala Police trained the workers of the organization. This has sparked controversy. Thereafter, the suspension proceedings were initiated. VHP took up the matter and demanded action. PFI is a controversial organization. Her name also figured in the hijab controversy in Karnataka.
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad criticized the special training given to PFI workers by the state fire and rescue services in Kerala. He said that giving government training to radical activists in their uniform is wrong. Many state governments are considering banning PFI.
VHP general secretary Milind Parande said that government agencies are appeasing Muslims by training such organizations, which is not good for the society. Parande said Hindu and Christian communities in Kerala are suffering from love jihad and kidnapping of girls of their religion. To stop this, the central government should make a law to stop the conversion of Hindus by Muslim and Christian missionaries. Parande claimed that it has become a national problem.