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CPI-M has taken law into their own hands, alleges Kummanam

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Thiruvananthapuram: Condemning the attack on the state committee office, BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan Wednesday has alleged that CPI(M) has taken law into their own hands and police was a "mere spectator."

"Violence of the CPI(M) is increasing each day. A BJP activist was hacked to death in Kannur recently and CPI(M) is behind it," he told reporters at Kozhikode.

"Despite so many incidents, CPI(M) leaders and Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who is also holding the Home portfolio, have not condemned the series of attacks against BJP and its workers," he said.

Meanwhile, CPI(M) has said the BJP's allegations against it are "baseless" and it has no connection with the incident. BJP's allegations are malafide, and people will reject them, the party said.

"The incident is highly condemnable. Anti-social elements connected with the incident should be immediately arrested", CPI(M) Thiruvananthapuram district secretary, Anavoor Nagappan, said in a statement.

The probe into the incident should be led by top level police officers, he said

BJP leaders P K Krishnadas and M T Ramesh slammed the CPI(M), saying the bomb attack against the party office should not be seen as an "isolated" incident.

"This is a calculated and well planned attack against the BJP and CPI(M) is behind it," they said. All flex boards in front of the office were also destroyed, Krishnadas said.

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