Center on political violence in Kerala, Home Minister talked to CM

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh has raised concerns about the attacks on political activists in Kerala on Sunday. He said that political violence in a democracy is unacceptable. His statement came in the wake of a fatal attack on a union worker in the state. In a telephonic conversation with Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, Singh discussed the recent developments in political violence in the state. He tweeted, “I have expressed my concern over the condition of law and order in Kerala. Political violence in a democracy is unacceptable. Last night, under the leadership of a history sheeter near Thiruvananthapuram, a gang killed a union worker.

The attackers will soon be brought to the courtroom of justice

The Home Minister said that he hopes that political violence in Kerala will be stopped and the attackers will soon be brought to the court of justice. Police said that the left hand of 34-year-old Rajesh was cut off in the attack. The incident is about nine o’clock last night. According to the police, the investigation has started and the search for the attackers continues.

Accusation of CPI (M) hand

BJP’s Kerala unit president Kumanam Rajshekharan alleged that the CPI (M) is behind the attack. The CPI (M) district leadership has rejected the charge. The BJP has called for a statewide strike today.

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