Beef Politics: Kerala CM Objects to Police Raid

Kerala Chief Minister Oomen Chandy today slammed the Delhi Police after the cops raided the Kerala House in the national capital, follwoing a complaint of cow meat allegedly being served there. Chandy said that the police should have shown “restraint”, as Kerala Bhawan was a “government establishment”, not a “private hotel”. Meanwhile, members of the Kerala Bhawan have sought police protection after the incident. A PCR call complaining about beef curry being served at Kerala House near Jantar Mantar in New Delhi threw police into a tizzy yesterday, and a team had to be sent there to avert any “untoward incident”. The call was received by the police control room around 4.15 PM, and the caller, claiming to be from a fring eright-wing group, told the police that beef was being served at Kerala House, said a senior official. The policemen took no chance and the input was immediately passed on to Parliament Street police station, from where a team was sent to Kerala House to deal with any potential violence, said the official. The team remained deployed there for several hours and had conversations with the officials posted there. They also informed them about the PCR call and later returned, assuring that “things were under control”.

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