Most political killings and widespread in the construction of the bomb is in the country Kannur, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy. The role of the party in the bomb-making in Kannur is as clear as day. The police are not ready to find or prosecute those who are making bombs and stockpiling weapons and instigating it. Nirbandhitamakukayanenn moves back the police investigation CPM, Oommen Chandy said.
The latest incident was the bomb blast near Thalassery last week. One person was injured in the blast that day and lost both his hands. Newspapers reported that four people were arrested and released in the incident. All four have previously been convicted of several counts of attempted murder and violence by the CPM. Activists. The missing person was identified as TP Chandrasekharan, who was convicted in the murder case and later released.
Two people were killed and several others were injured in a bomb blast at a CPM leader’s house in Kudiyanmala, a hilly area in Irikkur. At that time, the CPM said that the party had nothing to do with it. Said. But later when the then CPM state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan came to Srikantapuram and gave family assistance fund to the dead and medical aid fund to the injured, he said that they were martyred for the party.
CPM workers were seriously injured in an explosion while making a bomb at Thalassery Dharmadam. CPM in Mattannur Kolari A CPM member was killed in an explosion while making a bomb near the office.
Two CPM workers were killed in a bomb blast at Chettakand in Panur during the Aruvikkara by – election while making bombs in a specially constructed shed in a cashew plantation. Pavithran Master, a teacher at Panoor Higher Secondary School, was shocked when his bag accidentally fell on a desk in the staff room and the bomb exploded.
The son of a prominent CPM leader in the district was injured when his hand was injured while making a bomb. Leaders said Vishu had exploded firecrackers. But the question arose as to whether the firecrackers exploded while climbing under the rocks. Police were then forced to file a case alleging that he was injured in the blast while making the bomb.
Hidden bombs accidentally exploded, causing serious injuries to people, including children and women. Oommen Chandy demanded that the police be given the freedom to conduct extensive raids to end bomb making and violence.