3 RSS activists injured in attack by CPIM workers

3 RSS activists injured in attack by CPIM workers

In Kerala, three RSS activists were injured in an attack, allegedly by CPIM workers near Kozhikode last night. The victims, all in their early 20’s have been admitted to the Kozhikode Medical College Hospital. No one has been arrested in connection with the attack.

Kerala has been witnessing a series of political clashes between cadres of BJP-RSS and ruling CPIM, especially in the northern Kannur district, for a long time.

Both parties have blamed each other for the cycle of violence, which has claimed several lives on both sides.

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