Police have taken two men into custody — members of the Islamic group called the Popular Front.
Notably, Joseph was suspended from the the church-run Newman college in Thodupuzha after protests over the examination and criminal charges were brought against him. As discussed in an earlier column, it is another case of blasphemy prosecutions being used to punish free speech. When governments prosecute people for insulting religion, they reinforce the views of extremists who are unlikely to be satisfied with only judicial means of punishment.
Source: Times of India.