Bomb hurled at BJP office in Kerala's Kannur, party blames CPM
BJP President Amit Shah has alleged that at least 120 BJP workers have been killed since the Left came to power in Kerala. Photograph: (Zee News Network)
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has blamed the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) for the bomb attack on its panchayat office in Kerala's Kannur district today.
The party's office was damaged in the attack, ANI reported.
Kerala: BJP office in Kannur's Patyam Panchayat damaged after a bomb was hurled at it today, BJP alleges CPI(M) behind the attack.— ANI (@ANI) October 11, 2017
On Tuesday, two swords, seven iron rods and a knife were found near the district office of the BJP in Kannur, a media report said.
The BJP and the CPI (M) have both blamed each other for the killing of their party activists in the state.
BJP chief Amit Shah on Sunday protested against the alleged killings of his party activists in Kerala with a "Jan Raksha Yatra" (people's protection march) in New Delhi.
The BJP president had said that the party members were being threatened and lynched ever since the CPM has come into power in Kerala.
He had alleged that at least 120 BJP workers have been killed since the communists came to power in Kerala.