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Oppn moves adjournment motion, accused RSS-CPI(M) of turning Kerala into 'murder centre'

ANI  |  Trivandrum (Kerala) [India] 

The on Wednesday moved an adjournment motion in the Assembly to discuss the rising political violence in Kannur.

The Opposition party has accused the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the of (Marxist) rivalry behind the rising crime in the city and making as a center.

Declining the allegation of the Congress, (M) leader and Kerala's Chief Minister said that the makes deliberate attempt to create and order problems in Kannur and alleged that till now six peace talk has failed as (BJP) kept away from it.

He further said that the police take strong actions with special control rooms and bomb squad adding that there is no emergency to discuss the matter in the assembly.

Early this month, a (M) and a worker were murdered in Kannur.

The (M) worker was killed and the activist was hacked to death at a petrol pump near Pinarayi in Kannur district in

Meanwhile, both (M) and are now blaming each other for the death of their respective party workers.

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First Published: Wed, October 19 2016. 12:10 IST