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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: BJP state general secretary K Surendran has taken to Facebook to criticise the protests taking place in Kerala in connection with the issues in Kashmir.

He has said that different Islamic terror outfits are trying to provoke communal tensions in the state with the help of the CPM.

He has added that the Pinarayi government has become a patron of extremist forces by making the police as mere mute witnesses.

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