CPM Youth Activists Hacked In Kerala, BJP Suspected

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Thiruvanathapuram: Two Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) activists were hacked at Elappulli in Palakkad district, Kerala on Thursday night, according to ANI reports.

DYFI is the youth wing of the CPM. The police complaint named three BJP workers for attack on the two youths.

In another attack, the CPM office in Vishnumangalam, Kozhikode area was set on fire onFriday morning. However, no casualties were reported.

On Friday, RSS workers protested against the bomb attack In Hyderabad.

The attack comes on a day after a bomb was hurled at the RSS office in Kallachi near Nadapura, Kozhikode district in the state. Three RSS workers were injured in the attack and were shifted to Kozhikode’s Government Medical College. The identities of the perpetrators remain unknown.

 

 

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