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Congress Minister's son in Kerala planned an attack in his own house
Congress Minister's son in Kerala planned an attack in his own house

Political scuffle at times takes such a turn that it becomes difficult to believe in the situation. Recently, the case of an attack on the residence of a Congress leader in Kerala allegedly following the killing of two DYFI activist has taken a curious turn with the son of the complainant being arrested on Friday on charges of vandalizing the house. "The accused has told the police that he orchestrated the attack on his house to trap his local political rivals," City Police Commissioner Balram Kumar Upadhyay said in a press release. KPCC member G Leena had on Wednesday claimed that CPI(M) workers had attacked her house at Muttathara here around 2 AM.

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Senior Congress leaders, including state party chief Mullappally Ramachandran, Leader of Opposition in the state assembly Ramesh Chennithala, former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy and others had visited the destructed house in the following days. "We have arrested Nikhil Krishna (21), son of Leena, the house owner, for vandalizing the house. A few other friends of his were also arrested. They were released on bail later. We are also probing all angles of this incident," the investigating officer told a leading daily.

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Mulappally Ramachandran and Ramesh Chennithala had earlier attacked the Left party over the attack and said the CPI(M) had targeted Congress party offices across the state as a fallout of the double murder of DYFI activists. Meanwhile, state Tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran today lashed out at the Congress and said even after the killing of two DYFI activists, congress workers were involved in demolition and rebuking it on the Left party.

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