violent PFI protests in Kerala resulted in 500 arrests and 400 detentions, according to police

500 people have been arrested in connection with violent demonstrations held in Kannur . Two instances of stone pelting were reported at the RSS office in Mattanur .

On Friday, PFI's Law and Order (ADGP), Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) reported that 500 people had been arrested and 400 others were put into preventive custody in connection with violent demonstrations held in the twelve-hour strike in Kannur.Police said that 500 people had been arrested in connection with the protests, and that 400 more had been put into preventive custody in connection with a hartal called by the Popular Front of India (PFI).According to the ADGP, two instances of stone pelting were reported at the RSS office in Mattanur.The ADGP also shared accounts of another incident in which two people were arrested for carrying an explosive device.

All five people have been arrested.Sakhare said the situation is now normal and under control.Earlier in the day, a petrol bomb was also hurled at the RSS office in Mattannur during a protest against the arrest of PFI activists.According to legends, two people on a scooter threw a petrol bomb at the Sangh office, causing the cracking of window panes.

According to the police, stone-pelting incidents were recorded at various locations in the state during the protest.The demonstrators pelted stones at the Kerala State Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus at Panamaram village in Wayanad district, according to visuals.The bus was headed to Kozhikode.Two police officers, Antony and Nikhil, were hospitalized after an incident in Pallimukku in the Kollam district, according to police.

After being attacked in Poonthura, an auto rickshaw and a sedan were seen in a weakened state.According to the reports, roads in Kottayam were deserted yesterday in a joint operation conducted by the National Investigation Agency, the Enforcement Directorate, and state police forces across 15 states in the country's multiple locations.