Delhi Police’s actions insult to state: Kerala CM

Kerala Chief Minister Oomen Chandy called the Delhi Police’s actions at the Kerala house were “unfortunate”, and that it had “insulted” the state of Kerala. “In a government place, they have to keep some decency. They insulted the state,” he said. He added that the actions were a “serious lapse on the part of the police” and that they had conducted the raid “without the permission of any official”. Chandy said that he had written to the Prime Minister and the Home Minister regarding the matter and that he would do “whatever is required to protect the dignity of the state and its people”. A PCR call complaining about beef curry being served at Kerala House near Jantar Mantar in New Delhi threw police into a tizzy on October 26, 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 fringe right-wing group, told the police that beef was being served at Kerala House, said a senior official.

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