‘Run from here or you will face the consequences’: Republic team, who went to report on PFI rally, threatened, video asking for ‘freedom’ of small children goes viral Pi News

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The Republic India team, which went to a Popular Front of India rally to report on an anti-Hindu sloganeering case by a fanatic child, is receiving threats. According to the media channel’s claim, when he went to the spot searching for the child to report the incident, he was asked to stop reporting and leave the place.

The fundamentalist man told the Republic team, “Stop reporting and run away from this place or else be prepared to face the consequences.” The man seen in the video tells the Republic team “You better leave here.”

Video of children asking for freedom goes viral

Let us inform that Republic TV has received threats to leave the place after a video of a child raising radical slogans at a PFI rally went viral. At the same time, a video has gone viral on social media from Kerala. It is not yet confirmed when this video is from, but it is being shared on social media after becoming relevant after the provocative sloganeering at the PFI rally. In this video, small children can be seen running with caps and shouting slogans of ‘Azadi-Azadi’.

Rakesh Krishnan Simha shared this tweet on 28 May. In his tweet, he wrote, “Muslim children of Kerala openly on the streets ‘We will take freedom’. RSS dogs. Kale Modi’s black children are speaking… Next 9/11 will come from Kerala, not from Saudi.”

Abbu of a child who raised anti-Hindu slogans, PFI member

It is worth noting that recently the abbu of a Muslim child was arrested by the Kochi police on the issue of anti-Azadi and anti-Hindu slogans raised by the child at the Popular Front of India rally in Kerala. The child’s father said that he is not a member of PFI, but has been involved in its programs. However, according to the report of ‘Republic TV’, ACP of Pattanjali, Rabindranath had confirmed that the child of the child who raised slogans against Hindus is an active member of Popular Front of India. Who believes that anti-Hindu sloganeering is normal and such sloganeering was also done during the protest against CAA and NRC.