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Sanghparivar want riots in Campus: Prof. Apurvanand

Kanjangad: Delhi University Prof. Apurvanand said that Sanghparivar is taking efforts to organise riots inside the campuses across the country. He was inaugurating the closing session of Solidarity state representative conference. "Sanghparivar is trying to create riots and make political reaps. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is implementing 'divide and rule' policy by categorizing people as meat- eaters and non-meateaters. He trounces intellect of the people with his dialect. Efforts are on to execute interests of the majority on the minority. Democratic parties should raise their voice and resist it. Country's hopes are pinned upon the youth who have not surrendered their intellects," he said.

State President T. Shakir presided over the session. Gopinathan Pillai, father of Javed Sheikh who was killed in a fake encounter in Gujarat, Jamaate Islami Assistant Amir Sheikh Mohammed Karakunnu, P. Mujeeb Rahman, SIO state general secretary Thoufiq Mampad, GIO state president Afida Ahmed, Jamaate Islami district president K. Mohammed Shafi, Solidarity district president C.A. Yusuf and others spoke. State general secretary Sadiq Uliyil gave the welcome note. The representative conference started with a public conference which preceded a grand demonstration. State Secretary Samad Kunnakavu, Mirsad Rahman, Hamid Salim, Favas, P.M. Salih, P.K. Mohammed Sadiq, C.A. Noushad, V.M. Nishad, S.M. Sainuddin and others were present.