Video of threat speech calling out to burn police station surfaces 


Reportedly, the speech was made on September 8, this year. The speech also asserted that the protesters will not abide by the court verdict. 

Provocative speech | Photo: Mathrubhumi

Thiruvananthapuram: As the state government’s conciliatory talks with the anti-Vizhinjam port protesters are progressing, an earlier video of the protesters threatening to burn down police stations has surfaced on social media.

“If required, protests will be held at the police station. If necessary, it would be burnt down too. There is a history of burning police stations in Anchuthengu,” stated the provocative speech.

Reportedly, the speech was made on September 8, this year. The speech also asserted that the protesters will not abide by the court verdict.

Anti-port protests have been staged in Vizhinjam for the past three-and-half months. Around 2,000 protesters surrounded the police station on Sunday night demanding the release of those who were taken into custody in connection with the clash on Saturday.

The protesters vandalised the front office of the police station and at least 36 policemen have sustained injuries. The angry mob also tore off FIR documents.

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