Actor Joju George’s car vandalized amid congressional protests against rising fuel prices in Kochi


Actor Joju George, who was walking by the protest, reportedly questioned congressional workers, after which his windows were reportedly smashed by protesters.

A clash erupted during a protest against rising fuel prices in Ernakulam, Kerala, organized by Congress. The protest caused a huge traffic jam for nearly two hours on the Edappally-Vytilla highway. Actor Joju George, who was walking by the protest, reportedly questioned congressional workers, after which his windows were reportedly smashed by protesters. “I’m not here to show myself. It’s been two hours and the vehicles are stranded. What kind of dirty program is this? It shows the state of our condition, “the actor was heard shouting in a video.

Joju told media he questioned the protest because it caused problems for the public, but members of Congress alleged the actor behaved badly with them, including the female protesters. They also said they would file a complaint with the police and alleged that Joju was drunk and broke the vehicle window himself.

However, Joju George, along with the police, went for a blood test and it was proven that he was not drunk. He himself requested a blood test to prove he was not wrong, according to reports. Even the chairman of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC), K Sudhakaran, claimed that Joju was drunk. Joju denied behaving badly around the women and said he had not even seen female protesters.

“What I just did was I told the protesters there that what they were doing was wrong. I was not speaking to any political party. and my mother by insulting me. My reaction was my protest against those blocking the road, ”Joju told the media.

Meanwhile, KPCC chairman K Sudhakaran at a press conference hinted that if the Kerala government does not take action against Joju, the party will react. Police, meanwhile, said Congress did not take permission to lead a protest by blocking the road.


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