Kerala: Two petrol bombs thrown at BJP office , 2 people detained


Nearly five BJP offices were targeted in Kerala in Thiruvananthapuram on Thursday. About two petrol bombs were thrown at district committee office of BJP. The Bhartiya Janta Party has accused CPI (M) for the attack. On the other hand, the ruling party has discarded the claim stating that it has nothing to do with the attack.

The BJP took decision to organize strike over the matter in the state. The report added that the matter took place at around 8:30 pm on Wednesday and the police has started probe into the matter. The banners as well as posters were removed from the BJP offices by the accuseds.

The matter occurred a day after CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury was notched by Hindu Sena activists, which was criticized by several political parties.

Senior leader Prakash Karat stated, “We condemn this incident. This hasn’t happened for the first time as earlier as well such attacks were seen in the CPI office. We will not tolerate it and will counter it.”

After the matter, high drama was noticed at Yechury’s press conference, where two men were dragged by the police for attempting to push CPI(M) leader.

Nearly Two men came into the building where the press conference was going on.  The duo uttered slogans and yelled ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ slogans.

Both of them have been detained by the police officials. The accused have identified as Upendra Kumar and Pawan Kaul.