Attacks on party cadre, offices increased after Amit Shah’s visit: CPI(M)

The CPI(M), which is leading the LDF government in Kerala, alleged that attacks against party cadre and offices by the RSS and the BJP has increased after Amit Shah’s recent visit to the state.

CPI(M) state Secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan claimed that the BJP national president, during his visit to Kerala, had stated that he has got a ‘trick’ and if his party members use it they can capture power in the state.

“This (violence) is that trick”, he told.

Balakrishnan alleged that the Sangh Parivars motive was to create a law-and-order problem by triggering violence and added that the attack on the CPI(M)s district office in Kozhikode was part of its agenda.

He claimed the attackers had actually targeted the party’s Kozhikode district secretary P. Mohanan, but he escaped unhurt.

Some unidentified persons had hurled two bombs at the CPI(M)’s district office, but no one were injured.

Balakrishnan urged the party cadre not to be provoked by the “violence of the BJP and the RSS, and maintain self- restraint”.

Asked about the recent attack on the BJPs district office and the charge that the CPI(M) was behind it, he expressed his suspicion about the incident and demanded a probe into it.

Balakrishnan alleged that the attack on CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury, allegedly by Hindu Sena workers at AKG Bhavan in New Delhi, was also a ‘planned one’.

“The attack on the CPI(M) General Secretary took place with the tacit understanding of Delhi police under the control of the Centre. The Hindu Sena is part of the Sangh Parivar. It is the modus operandi of the RSS and they carry out violence in different names,” he alleged.

(Agencies)

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