Both parties allegedly wanted their party symbols to be written on the road at same place.

CPI M BJP workers hacked during New Year celebration in Kannur and ThiruvananthapuramRepresentative picture
news Politics Sunday, January 01, 2017 - 15:41

Three CPI(M) workers were hacked  in Kannur district on Sunday. The party alleged that the RSS was behind the assault. 

Atul, Ashwanth and Rejith natives of Panur were hacked after a clash over writing New Year wishes on the road using party symbols.

All the three have been admitted to Kozhikode Medical college.

At midnight on Sunday, the CPI (M) and RSS workers allegedly clashed over writing New year greetings on a the roads. Both the parties wanted their party name and symbols to be written on the road at same place. 

Meanwhile, five BJP workers were hacked in Thiruvananthapuram during a clash while New Year celebrations. They have been admitted in the Thiruvananthapuram Medical College.

Police said that the real reason behind the attack is not known yet.

Police also said that none of the accused have been identified so far. Reports suggest there was a huge clash during the New year celebrations in Venjaramoodu.

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