IUML employee hacked to loss of life in Malappuram

An Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) employee was hacked to loss of life at Oravumpuram close to Pandikkad in Malappuram district late on Wednesday.

Mohammed Sameer A.V., 26, died of stab wounds. His relative Hamza was additionally injured within the assault. United Democratic Entrance (UDF) alleged that the CPI(M) was behind the assault.

The assault occurred round 11 p.m. Police mentioned it was a fallout of a collection of clashes between the CPI(M) and the UDF staff within the space within the wake of the native physique elections.

Police have taken a number of individuals into custody. The UDF alleged that a few of its staff, together with the sufferer of Wednesday’s assault, had confronted menace on their lives from the CPI(M) after the election outcomes.

Police mentioned a feud between two households of Oravumpuram too had performed a job within the assault. An investigation is on.

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