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KANNUR: After the SFI district secretary filed a complaint against BJP state president Kumana Rajasekharan, the DYFI district secretary filed a complaint before the State police chief and District Police Chief against the NDA State Vice Chairman, for allegedly propagating a fake video to insult the CPI(M) and triggering political tension, here. DYFI District Secretary V K Sanoj of Tholampra filed a complaint against Asianet media head and Rajya Sabha Member , Rajeev Chandra Sekhar stated that NDA vice chairman has re tweeted fake campaign as "Even before funeral procession starts, Marxists attack hospital, ambulance carrying body of RSS worker C Biju, Police watch helplessly". Sanoj complaint said that actually the glass of the ambulance and one of the glass of Pariyaram Medical College hospital was damaged by RSS workers on May 13, but Mr Rajeev Chandrasekharan retweeted fake campaign and this would trigger political tension and provoke the RSS workers. DYFI leader demanded to register case under section 153 of IPC against the NDA Vice Chairman and Asianet Head. Meanwhile, Kannur town police booked a case under section 153A of IPC (for promoting enmity between different groups) against BJP State president for posting a video on twitter claiming that CPI (M) activists had celebrated the murder of Biju, following the complaint filed by Students Federation of India (SFI) District secretary Muhammed Siraj to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

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