Rajnath speaks to Kerala Home Minister on attack on RSS worker in Kannur
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has raised issue of alleged attack on an RSS worker by CPI(M) workers in Kannur, with Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala.
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has raised issue of alleged attack on an RSS worker by CPI(M) workers in Kannur, with Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala.
"I have spoken to the Kerala Home Minister. He has assured me that he will take proper action," he told reporters in Delhi.
The Union Home Minister was replying to a question on the alleged attack on RSS and BJP workers in Kerala in the recent past.
An RSS worker, EK Biju, carrying primary class students to school in an autorickshaw was pulled out and brutally attacked with lethal weapons on 8 March allegedly by CPI(M) workers in Kannur district of Kerala.
BJP has alleged that hundreds of party workers have become victims of political killings in Kannur over the years.
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