news Monday, July 27, 2015 - 05:30
  Less than two weeks after miscreants hurled petrol bombs at senior BJP leader H Raja's house in Tamil Nadu's Sivaganga district, an attack at another BJP leader's house has left the party perturbed, states a Deccan Chronicle report. The house of AP Muruganandam, national vice-president of all India Yuva Morcha AP Muruganandam, in Coimbatore was attacked on Saturday. "I have a feeling that someone is closely monitoring my movements. The incident occurred after I returned home at 2.45 am (on Saturday) from the airport. The CCTV installed at my house where my parents are staying has recorded the attack by a group," Muruganandam told the newspaper. The miscreants damaged the gate of his house, a car and the windows before fleeing. Though the exact reason for the attack is not yet known, party leaders told the paper that the attacks on its leaders could be some kind of "psychological attack meant to terrify us or part of a larger plan."