Trivandrum, Feb 17: Two days after a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) worker was stabbed to death by unknown assailants at his house at Pappinissery on Monday night, another incident had defamed the communist ruled state. This time a crude bomb was hurled at Bhartaiya Janata Party office situated in Kannur’s district in Kerala on Wednesday. Also Read - Poll Dates Announced For 5 Assemblies, Mamata Questions EC | All Major Election Developments in 10 Points

Soon after the crude bomb was hurled at the BJP office, the miscreants flew from the spot, but till now no reports of injuries has been reported nor any news of arrest has been confirmed. The attack was done two days after P V Sujith  — RSS activist — was hacked to death due to multiple stabs on his stomach by unknown miscreants. According to a report published in The Hindu, perpetrators entered the house of leader with weapons at Aroli near Pappinissery under the Valapattanam police station. (ALSO READ: Kerala Minister K C Joseph offers unconditional apology to High Court over derogatory remarks) Also Read - All Poll Staff On Duty in Upcoming Assembly Elections Declared Frontline Workers, To Be Vaccinated

Soon after stabbing multiple time, the criminals fled form the scene. While the parents tried to save their 27-year-old son reached to the hospital, he was declared dead by the doctors. BJP alleged CPI(M) leader’s hands behind the incident, while the ruling party in the state has denied it. The search for the goons is on and police is investigating the matter. We would also like to tell our reader that this year Assembly elections are scheduled in Kerala. Also Read - Pakistan: 4 Killed in Bomb Blast in Balochistan’s Quetta