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Kerala: Female police officer shares PFI social media posts

Political intervention prevents Kerala police from acting against a lady police inspector who openly criticized our judiciary and her police department to justify Islamist terrorism. Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Ramla Ismail, attached to the Kanjirapally station in Kottayam, shared social media rants of Popular Front of India (PFI) leaders against courts and Kerala police. 

Ramla images courtesy Metro Vaartha

In late May, the PFI organized a rally in Alappuzha that had the blessings of the ruling communists and the protection of the Kerala police. PFI terrorists used 10-year-old Muslim boys to raise slogans calling for Hindu and Christian genocide in Kerala. Though the administration tried its best to avert the arrest, they were forced to take action after a massive public outcry.

Earlier this month, local courts granted bail to 31 PFI terrorists who organized that rally. Following the release, PFI state secretary CA Rauf greeted these criminals on his Facebook page and hailed them as heroes. He termed their detention unjust and claimed that police had falsified the case. PFI gave them a hero’s welcome outside the jail.

Ramla shared this post through her social media accounts. Some pointed out that a police officer herself sharing a post criticizing the police is a breach of discipline. Apart from this, the PFI’s relationship with the police has recently been very controversial.

After many disagreed, Ramla stated that her husband shared the Facebook post and deleted them. She shared the post on July 5, but the police were not ready to take action. Even after several days, the police took no action on the incident. A few days ago, the media contacted Kanjirapalli DySP N Babukuttan, but he did not reply.

Images courtesy News18 Malayalam

In protest against the post, leaders, including BJP leader N Hari, criticized and condemned Ramla’s act. Hari also alleged that there is intense pressure within the police not to take action against such officers. Following an investigation, district police chief K Karthi recommended action against her and submitted his report to central region DIG Neeraj Kumar Gupta.

Dismissing the explanation that her husband shared the post, the district police chief urged action. Kerala state police chief instructed departmental proceedings against Ramla based on this report.

Such Islamist officers are part of alleged terrorist sleeper cells called Pacha Velicham or Green Light embedded within Kerala police. This is not the first controversial incident involving radicalized uniformed officials in Kerala and PFI in the past few months.

In April, the government was forced to suspend two fire force officials and transfer three others who trained PFI workers in Aluva in Ernakulam district.

A few months ago, a policeman himself leaked the information of the RSS members collected by the police as part of preventive measures to the same PFI terrorists from whom they needed protection. CPO Anas of Karimannur police station handed over the information. Anas leaked the data to the PFI terrorists in Thodupuzha.

At that time, the police had taken measures and suspended him. Interestingly, such action is never proactive but only comes after a public outcry over the Talibanization of our security apparatus. Several Kerala police officers are under investigation for their alleged terrorist links. Most cases are covered up, and no action is initiated.

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  1. This is a serious issue. It, if not neutralized with appropriate action, may lead to Islamization of Kerala Police system and then spin off.


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