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RSS activist accused in the murder of CPI (M) worker hacked to death in Kerala’s Thrissur

Severely injured RSS worker Karyakartha Anand was rushed to a private hospital, but he succumbed to his wounds

A Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) worker who was accused in the murder of CPI (M) worker Fazil four years ago and was out on bail has been hacked to death in Kerala’s Thrissur district on Sunday. According to multiple reports, an unidentified assailants brutally attacked Karyakartha Anand after they rammed their vehicle on to the RSS worker’s bike, causing him to fall on the road.

According to reports, the incident occurred around 1 pm in Nenmanikkara, a town in Thrissur district of Kerala. Anand was severely injured and was rushed to a private hospital, but he subsequently succumbed to his wounds, said reports.

BJP has alleged that CPI (M) is behind the murder. “LeftistTerror bloodshed continues in Kerala. BJP Karyakartha Anand murdered brutally in Guruvayur, Thrissur. Communist terror surging in the state with Jungle Raj in Kerala to aid,” tweeted BJP state president Kummanam Rajasekharan.

Over the past few year, since  the new government came into power and BJP trying to find its political ground on the line of polarisation, the state has witnessed a spate of political murders. On every occasion, both the BJP and CPM blame each other for the killings.

According to government reports, Kerala’s Kannur, a politically volatile district, has alone witnessed 96 political killings since January 1995. Out of these killings, 42 were victims affiliated to the BJP-RSS and 40 were from the CPM.

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