SFI Unit Secretary Stabbed in Clash at Maharaja's College in Kochi
SFI Unit Secretary Stabbed in Clash at Maharaja's College in Kochi

Kochi: In a disturbing incident, Nasir Abdul Rahman, the unit secretary of the Students' Federation of India (SFI), was reportedly stabbed near Maharaja's College premises in Kochi on Thursday. The SFI claimed that the attack was orchestrated by around 20 individuals associated with the Fraternity Movement and the Kerala Students Union (KSU).

The Fraternity Movement represents the student wing of the Welfare Party, while the Kerala Students Union (KSU) is affiliated with the Congress. Following the altercation, the college administration decided to indefinitely close Maharaja's College to prevent further confrontations.

According to the police, two individuals have been arrested in connection with the incident, and over 10 people are facing charges, including attempted murder and gang assault.

The attack took place around 1 am on Thursday, with the SFI asserting that Nasir was ambushed with a machete by members of the Fraternity Movement and KSU. Nasir sustained stab wounds and was swiftly taken to a private hospital in Kochi for medical attention.

The incident occurred after a clash on Wednesday night related to the college union elections. In response to the situation, police have been deployed on the campus to maintain order and prevent any additional clashes among the students.

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