Pinarayi Vijayan thanks Siddaramaiah for security given during his Mangaluru visit
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan has formally thanked his Karnataka counterpart Siddaramaiah for making all necessary security arrangements during his visit to this coastal city on February 25.
It may be recalled that Vishwa Hindu Parishat, Hindu Jagaran Vedike, Bajrang Dal, Sri Ram Sene and BJP had given call for a ’voluntary hartal’ opposing Vijayan’s visit to the city. Mangaluru city and district police had made elaborate security arrangements by deploying over 4,000 policemen to ensure that the harmony rally of CPM that Vijayan addressed went off peacefully without any untoward incident.
Vijayan had thanked Siddaramaiah while addressing the mammoth rally on February 25 and on Monday he sent a formal letter to Siddaramaiah.
"I would like to formally thank you for the stance taken by your administration in providing necessary security and logistics support to make my visit and the public events successful and memorable,"he wrote. The RSS and allied organisations had kicked up a controversy by issuing a public statement that Kerala CM will not be allowed to attend the public function in Mangaluru, stated Kerala CM.
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