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5 RSS leaders in Kerala got Y category security, the central government took the decision because of this

New Delhi: The central government has provided ‘Y’ category security to five Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders in Kerala. This decision has been taken in view of the possible threat of attack on them. Official sources gave this information on Saturday. He said that the documents recovered during the recent raids conducted by the central investigative agencies against the Popular Front of India (PFI) indicate that these leaders are on the target of PFI.

Sources said that the five RSS leaders have been provided ‘Y’ category security on the basis of inputs given by the central probe agencies and intelligence agencies to the Home Ministry. The central government has banned PFI for five years for having links with terrorist organizations.

The VIP (VIP) security unit of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has been asked to take over the security of these five RSS leaders, he said. According to sources, two to three armed commandos will be given to each leader under the ‘Y’ category.

It is worth noting that similar security has been provided to BJP’s Bihar unit president and West Champaran Lok Sabha member Sanjay Jaiswal. Jaiswal has been given this security in view of the protests against him and other BJP leaders after the announcement of ‘Agneepath’ scheme for recruitment in the armed forces.

However, this security was later withdrawn from Jaiswal, but once again his security has been restored. With the joining of five RSS leaders and Jaiswal, at least 125 people have come under the VIP security cover of CRPF.

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