FIR against two Australian women in Kerala for tearing down pro-Palestine posters; Watch Video

The Australian women who were reportedly Jewish lost their calm and tore down pro-Palestine posters installed by the Students Islamic Organisation

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In a major development, two Australian women were taken down by the Police in Kerala after they tore down Pro-Palestine posters in Kochi. The Australian women who were reportedly Jews lost their calm and tore down pro-Palestine posters installed by the Students Islamic Organisation, the student wing of the Jamaat-e-Islami. Kerala Police swung into action after Australian woman Kochi video went viral on social media. To be precise, the incident took place near Fort Kochi in Ernakulam district. 

 

As per reports, the FIR, registered at Fort Kochi police station, does not mention the names of the accused, but a case has been registered under IPC section 153 (wantonly giving provocation with the intent to cause riot, whether or not riot is committed). They were released from the police station as the offense was bailable.

 

In the viral Australian tourist Kerala video, the woman can be seen tearing down Pro-Palestine murals. On being confronted by the locals, the Australian woman can heard saying that by installing such kinds of posters people are disrespecting jews. The Australian woman further can be heard saying 'Stop propagating propaganda & lies' against Jews. In response, the man can be seen saying that Earth is for everyone and not only for Jews. 

 

As per reports, the Foreigners Regional Registration Office (FRRO) is also conducting a probe about the tourists who are currently staying at a homestay in Fort Kochi.

 

An officer at Fort Kochi Police Station was quoted saying, "On Tuesday, the FIR was registered against unknown tourists based on the complaint given by an SIO activist. We have confirmed the involvement of one Australian woman. From videos collected as evidence, it is revealed the second tourist was not involved in tearing posters and boards. We recorded the statements of both tourists. The case was charged under IPC section 153 (provoking riots) which is a bailable offence."

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