IndiaKanam says rising political killings in Kerala are a cause for concern

Kanam says rising political killings in Kerala are a cause for concern


Highlight:

  • Kanam responds to murders in Alappuzha.
  • The killings were carried out by two warring factions.
  • The rise in political assassinations raises concerns.

Thiruvananthapuram: CPI state secretary Kanam Rajendran has said that two communal parties are behind the killings in Alappuzha. Both political assassinations are shocking to the conscience of society. He also expressed concern over the rise in political killings in Kerala.

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Even at this juncture, it is painful for the Opposition to take a pro-government stance in favor of those responsible for the killings. “All political movements must come together to put an end to political assassinations,” he said in a statement. Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said he was saddened and ashamed of the political killings in Alappuzha.

I do not want anyone to take the law into their own hands. Deaths should not occur for political reasons. We need to have faith in the justice system of the country. The governor said he would ask for a report on the current affair.
Unfortunate political assassinations symbolize the values ​​of democracy. “They are not suitable for a state like Kerala,” he said.

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Two political assassinations took place in Alappuzha district in 12 hours. SDPI state secretary KS Shan and OBC Morcha state secretary Ranjith Srinivasan were killed. Fifty people were taken into custody on both sides of the incident.

OBC Morcha state secretary Ranjith Srinivasan was killed following the assassination of the SDPI state secretary. The murder took place at a house in Alappuzha water well. Ranjit was attacked by a mob while preparing for a morning walk. The slain Ranjith Sreenivasan was the leader contesting for the Alappuzha constituency.

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On Saturday night, SDPI state secretary Ponnadu Alsha House Adv. KS Shan was hacked to death. Shan was attacked by a group who reached his car at Mannancherry Ponnadu around 7.30 pm. A ban was announced in Alappuzha district on Sunday and Monday in the wake of the double murder. Police have cordoned off all the conflict-prone areas in the district.

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