Violent attack done at behest of Kerala CM, alleges RSS

New Delhi [India], Mar. 03 (ANI): Condemning the attack on a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Kerala office late Thursday night, the right-wing organisation held state Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan responsible for the violence, dubbing his cabinet as a 'cabinet of killers.'

"The violent attacks are being done at the behest of the Chief Minister of Kerala. He is the initiator of the attacks. He is presiding a cabinet of killers. They are not innocents," RSS ideologue Rakesh Sinha told ANI.

"It is time for the Home Ministry to intervene," he added.

Continuing his tirade against the Kerala CM, Sinha recalled the charges against the former of murdering an RSS worker in 1960s.

"The violent activities of CPM are being patronised and promoted by Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan, who is the first accused in killing of an RSS worker in 1960s. Technically, he is free, but morally and politically he is an accused," he said.

"The basic objective of violent activities, despite democratic protests of RSS all over the country, is to annihilate RSS workers in Kerala, to deter its extension in the state and secondly, to create provocation all over the country," he added.

A bomb was hurled at a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) office in Kallachy near Nadapuram late on Thursday night.

At least three RSS workers have sustained injuries in the attack. They were rushed to the Government Medical College in Kozhikode.

Police is investigating the matter.

This comes on a day when RSS leader Kundan Chandrawat offered Rs. one crore to anyone who would bring Kerala Chief Minister P. Vijayan's head.

"If anyone beheads the Kerala CM, who is the murderer of RSS activists, and brings his head I will bequeath my property worth more than Rs. one crore to him," he said. (ANI)