A 19-year-old BJP activist was hacked to death in Kerala’s Kannur on Wednesday, in what is suspected to be requital killing two days after a laborer of the decision CPM was killed in the same region.
The BJP has claimed the part of the CPM in the slaughtering of its dissident Remith at a town in Dharmadom, which is Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s voting demographic. Remith’s dad was additionally killed, in 2002.
Huge police hunts are on in Kannur.
On Monday, 52-year-old CPM specialist Mohanan K was assaulted at his hard stuff shop in a bustling business sector and hacked to death by four or five men.Police sources said the assailants were conceal and “the assault is of a political nature.” The CPM has claimed that BJP specialists were behind the assault.
Kannur has seen a series of assaults on political specialists since the Left government came to control in May. More than 300 instances of political viciousness have been accounted for in the locale in the previous five months.
The restriction has blamed the administration for not acting against the developing political brutality.