Three Kerala police officers from Munnar police station who are under the shadow of doubt for their alleged links with terrorist outfits have had their phones confiscated. They are accused of leaking vital information stored in the police databank to Popular Front of India (PFI) extremists.
The main accused works in the police data entry department, and the other two are colleagues who helped the main accused. All three are trying to get transferred after the news about their terror links leaked. Their phones have been sent to the police cyber cell for forensic examinations.
They are thought to be part of the dreaded Pacha Velicham (Green Light) group of terrorists who have infiltrated the police department in Kerala. This incident also means that radical Islamist terror-affiliated green light groups are still active in our police force.
Following intelligence inputs, Kerala director general of police (DGP) Chief Anil Kant IPS ordered urgent action against these alleged traitors. Karuppasamy IPS, Idukki Superintendent of Police & District Police Chief, had ordered an inquiry against the accused. Munnar Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) KR Manoj is investigating the incident.
Intelligence department detectives have been following the moves of the accused for the past several weeks. Police sources have not revealed what kind of information has been leaked. The modus operandi is to collect information about RSS and BJP leaders and hand them over to the terrorists to create hit lists.
Authorities refused to divulge the names of the accused police officers to the media. Their transfers have been put on hold temporarily. Sources said that the accused officers would face disciplinary action.
A police officer attached to Thodupuzha station in Idukki was recently dismissed from service after stealing information about BJP leaders in the district and handing them over to PFI terrorists. That leak led to the brutal murder of local RSS leaders, and another was murderously assaulted in front of his children while traveling by public transport. A civil police officer named Anas was dismissed from service, but it is not known whether the government initiated any legal proceedings against the terrorist sympathizer.
There are allegations that police take action only when something serious happens, and even then, action is initiated against only the lower rung police. This happened when BJP OBC Morcha state secretary Adv. Renjith Sreenivasan was hacked to death by PFI extremists in Alappuzha and when terrorists murdered former RSS Palakkad district Sharirik Shikshan Pramukh Sreenivas in Palakkad.
Police officer PK Anas from Idukki was dismissed, and a fire and rescue constable Jishad Badruddin from Palakkad was arrested, but local police never chased the big fish. The administration has failed to take any action against their PFI sponsors too.