Kerala: Demolition of temples in Palakkad, 11 ruling CPM workers arrested

Kochi: Activists of the state's ruling leftist party CPM have been arrested in connection with the attack and ransacking of the temple in Palakkad, Kerala. They are members of the party's area committee. All the accused have been accused of hurting religious sentiments and causing disharmony among various communities and the police are taking further action. The CPM-led LDF has won a big victory in the recent local body elections in Kerala.

From then on, the offices of BJP and RSS were vandalized. It is alleged that CPM goons have also attacked BJP workers. Since the BJP has done well in Kerala, the opponents are angry. Many such incidents were also revealed during the election campaign. BJP spokesman Tom Vadakkan has said that the Leftists was also expected to have a similar polarized electoral campaign, that they get power by doing similar work.

The BJP was in power in the Palakkad Municipal Corporation and the party has maintained it even in the elections this time, which has led to CPM fury. In Pandalam too, BJP has formed a council by winning 18 out of 33 seats, giving a shock to the LDF. BJP has won 23 Gram Panchayats. On Thursday, leftist goons also attacked the residence of BJP leader Ratish in Kuripuja. The temple of Lord Subramanian in Palakkad was also attacked and vandalized.

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