The Kerala unit of BJP on Tuesday extended solidarity to the Delhi Police in the Kerala House beef raid incident. BJP state President V Muraleedharan alleged that the controversy over the issue was intended to tarnish the image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the NDA government.
As per PTI report he also sought apology from Chief Minister Oommen Chandy for "distorting facts" of the incident to join hands with other political leaders to target the NDA government and the Prime Minister.
He claimed that police did not enter the kitchen of the canteen in Kerala House, rather just enquired about a clash between few people in the house at the counter.
"The incident has nothing to do with beef. Police have gone to the Kerala House after they received a call regarding an altercation between a group of people and Kerala House staff," V Muraleedharan told PTI in Thiruvananthapuram.
However, he insisted that there is nothing wrong even if the police enter the kitchen as the House did not have any diplomatic immunity. "Law in Delhi applies to Kerala House also," he said.