BY A STAFF REPORTER: The Students' Federation of India held a 'black flag' protest against Kerala's governor and BJP member Arif Mohammed Khan in Kollam district on 27th January Friday.
Following the protest, Khan confronted SFI members staging the 'Black-flag' protest against him. Anguished by the protest, 72-year-old governor Arif Mohammed Khan retaliated with a sit-in protest and sat in a tea stall while accusing the cops of protecting the activists and defying the law.
The Student Federation of India is a student wing of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPIM) which is inclined towards the left-wing ideology and functions across various educational institutes in India.
#WATCH | "I will not leave from here. Police is giving them protection, " says Governor Arif Mohammed Khan after SFI activists held a protest against him in Kollam. Police present on the spot https://t.co/nQHF9PWqpr pic.twitter.com/RHFFBRCh9s— ANI (@ANI) January 27, 2024