Three people have been arrested in connection with the death of an RSS volunteer.

rss volunteer Pramukh Sanjith images

Pramuk Sanjith, a 27-year-old Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) activist in Kerala, was killed. Three persons have been detained in connection with his death.
Subair, Salam, and Isahak were named as the suspects. They are all natives of Kerala’s Palakkad district.
On November 15, RSS activist Pramuk Sanjith, a native of Elappully, Palakkad, Kerala, was allegedly stabbed to death in front of his wife by a gang of people.
Kinassery, near the Palakkad-Thrissur National Highway, was the scene of the event. Sanjith had a total of 15 wounds on his body.
K Surendran, the Kerala president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), met Governor Arif Mohammad Khan the day after the incident and requested that the case be handed over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).
Surendran claimed in his defence that the autopsy findings showed “specially trained” assassins were responsible for the “planned murder,” according to news agency PTI.
Meanwhile, police suspect the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), a political branch of the Islamist Popular Front of India (PFI), of being involved in Pramuk Sanjith’s alleged murder.
Police quickly initiated an investigation in the SDPI-controlled portions of Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore district. Police are also looking into whether Sanjith was murdered by a Coimbatore-based SDPI group.
The assailants allegedly travelled from Palakkad to Thrissur before dumping their weapons in Kannannur and returning to Coimbatore.
On the Palakkad-Thrissur National Highway, four swords were discovered wrapped in sacks from Kannannur. The swords were bundled together in a sack and dumped under a tiny bridge on Kannannur’s service road. One of the locals discovered the sack. Bloodstains were found on the swords, and the existence of a white automobile at the scene was also established.


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