THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan has said there are bad intentions behind the efforts in certain circles to portray the statement he had made in New Delhi on Saturday as one targeting the Muslim community.
Answering a submission from K. Babu of the Congress in the Assembly on Monday, Mr. Achuthanandan said his reference was about the seditious and secessionist activities of the organisation being known variously as National Development Front, Popular Front of India (PFI) and Social Democratic Party of India. He had spoken in New Delhi based on available information about the activities of this organisation.
�It is an organisation that works to destroy peace and communal amity in Kerala by inciting communal passions. It doesnt represent the Muslim community, he said.
Elaborating, Mr. Achuthanandan said the police had made several arrests in connection with the hand chopping incident at Muvattupuzha. Pamphlets and records recovered from the arrested persons unambiguously brought out the dangerous intentions of the organisation. From the recovered pamphlets and records, the Chief Minister read out exhortations to �reject and destroy the democratic system in the country.�