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Kerala : Sword and country made bombs recovered near BJP office post CPI-M rally attacks

Kerala: The local police in Panoor area in Kannur, Kerala claimed to have recovered a sword and 3 steel country made bombs from the area of the BJP office in the city. This raids comes post crude bomb attack that took place during a CPI(M) rally in Panoor in Kannur district of Kerala on Sunday. Five police personnel, along with five CPI(M) workers were injured in that attack. Police had taken 10 BJP-RSS workers in custody, in connection with the country-made bomb attack. They have also seized a few vehicles and mobile phones from their possessions.

Operations were carried out from the incident of attack on CPM rally allegedly by RSS- BJP mob. The attack happened on Sunday evening when CPI(M) workers had taken out a procession in Panoor. Sunday’s attack took place even as both BJP and the ruling the CPI(M) government has been blaming each other for violent attacks on workers of both parties that has already claimed several lives.

While few days ago, Amit shah thwacked  on  Left government of Kerala, alleging the killings of RSS – BJP Workers of the state. But,  the senior CPM leader V.S.Achuthanandan reverted that “the pot calling the kettle black”, with that added that RSS-BJP has always a need to show their presence in the country through on or the other violence acts.

BJP recently launching a rally on Jan Raksha Yatra, which was also attended by Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath to protest against the killings of BJP and RSS cadres in Kerala. But Amit Shah had to cut short his visit early to fly back to Delhi citing ‘unavoidable’ reason.

With PTI inputs

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