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Kerala CPI(M) workers hack RSS worker to death in 'revenge' attack

23-year-old Anandan was attacked in Nenmini near the temple town of Guruvayur on Sunday

Press Trust of India  |  Guruvayur 

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An worker was hacked to death, allegedly by CPI(M) workers at Nenmeni in the temple town this afternoon, police said.

The victim, Anandan,(23), was riding a motorcycle when he was attacked by the CPI(M) workers in a car. Though he was rushed to the hospital, his life could not be saved, police said.

Anandan, hailing from Brahmakulam, was an accused in a case relating to the of a CPI(M) worker in 2013.

has alleged that as many as 120 workers, 84 in Kannur alone, have been killed in since 2001. It has claimed that 14 of these killings have taken place since Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan took over the reins of the government last year.

The CPI(M) has in turn, accused and of resorting to and denied the involvement of its government and leadership in political killings.

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First Published: Sun, November 12 2017. 18:09 IST