Gold smuggling case: Congress opens front against Kerala CM Vijayan

Kochi: The controversy over the gold smuggling case continues in Kerala. Opposition parties, including the Congress, have been cornering Kerala CM P Vijayan since the allegations made by swapna suresh, the main accused in the scam. The matter gained further momentum on Monday when young Congress workers started shouting slogans against P Vijayan in the plane itself. P Vijayan was coming to Thiruvananthapuram from Kannur on the same plane. At the same time, the CPI(M) has described the manner of protest by Congress workers as terrorist activity.  
Chief Minister P Vijayan and the LDF have condemned the incident, calling it a terror act. At the same time, after this incident, cpi(m) workers have been accused of vandalising congress offices at many places in the state including Thiruvananthapuram. After the attack on the offices of the Kerala Congress, A K Antony has said that it should not have happened. "They want to know the reaction of Chief Minister P Vijayan and CPIM Secretary K Balakrishnan in the matter. Let's see what action they take.  

It is alleged that a large number of CPI(M) workers had attacked the Congress office. Stones were pelted at the office, flex boards installed here were broken and vehicles were also damaged. Not only this, there was also a violent clash between Youth Congress and DYFI workers in Kannur. The CPI(M) has alleged that their offices were attacked at several places in the state.  

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