Amidst continuing political tensions in Kerala between the RSS and the CPM, two members of the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI), the youth wing of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), were injured in an attack by a group of people on motorcycles, even as two others were injured in a bomb attack on an RSS office at Kallachi on Thursday night.
The attack on the DYFI activists took place in Elappulli in Palakkad district.
Kerala: 2 DYFI activists hacked at Elappulli in Palakkad district last night. Police complaint names 3 BJP workers.— ANI (@ANI_news) March 3, 2017
Kerala: 2 DYFI activists who were hacked in Palakkad district last night are undergoing treatment. pic.twitter.com/q0f3y9vJvb— ANI (@ANI_news) March 3, 2017
According to a report in The Indian Express, the police have found three BJP workers responsible for the attack on the youths, but there is no official confirmation as of now.
The unrest in the southern state flared up after RSS leader Kundan Chandrawat offered a ₹1 crore bounty on Kerala Chief Minister P Vijayan's head.
"Two people have been injured (in the bomb attack) and they have been taken to a hospital at Kozhikode. The police has begun the investigation," an official at the Nadapuram police station told IANS.
A CPM office was also allegedly burnt down in Kozhikode. The state secretariat of the CPI-M has called for a state-wide protest on Friday evening against the statement of the RSS leader.
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