Honourable President of India's Intervention in law and order situation in Kerala

Honourable President of India's Intervention in law and order situation in Kerala

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Hari Krishnan started this petition to President of India and

To The Honourable President of India, we hereby bring to your notice, the deteriorating law and order situation in Kerala. Those who are supposed to protect the life and beliefs of the citizen itself is sponsoring terror among the society. It is like undeclared emergency. The Police force, on the behalf of State Government's communal agenda is acting exactly opposite to the constitutional duties. Citizens are being arrested, framed with false cases, and puts behind the bars. Innocents are taken into custody surrounding their houses with hundreds of police force like hunting terrorists. The government prima facia acting against the oath they took upon the Constitution.

The government supposed to bring peace, law and order in the society is taking sides with their political wing, which is vandalizing everything and attacking everyone who is protesting against the government even with bombs. Honourable Member of Parliament belonging to the opposition parties are not even safe here. They were being attacked with bombs and other harmful arms. Multiple incidents of brutal killing took place.

Government in side with alleged terrorist outfit, tried to put communal Harmony in danger to reap benefits of vote polarization among minorities, by attacking mosques and churches. The government tried to make entry for self declared non-believers belonging to the terror outfit inside the Temple premises in the name of Supreme Court order, thereby hurting religious sentiments of a section of the society which led to these incidents.

To bring the law and order situation back to normal and establish peace, we request you to intervene, dissolve the legislative, and declare Presidents Rule ASAP.

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