Violent BJP workers on Sunday went out of control ‘vandalising’ the office of the Communist Party of India-Marxist in the national capital.
The BJP supporters were protesting against the murder of one of their workers in Kerala on the counting day on 19 May.
According to reports, the BJP workers passed through several layers of security cordon to reach the CPI-M office in Gol Market area of Delhi.
Photos of damaged board outside the office have gone viral on social media platforms.
CPI-M has filed a complaint with Delhi police.
Speaking on Times Now, CPI-M leader, Mohammad Salim, condemned the attack on his party’s office confirming that his party’s office had been vandalised.
The BJP, for its part, said that the harassment of its workers in Kerala will no longer be tolerated.
The CPI-M led LDF has won a majority in the just concluded Kerala assembly elections with BJP managing to win just one seat for the first time in the state’s electoral history.
Salim said that today’s attack smacked of the saffron party’s frustration of humiliating defeat in Kerala.
On Saturday, the CPI-M had alleged that the BJP workers had stepped up attack against its works in Nemom, where the saffron party registered it’s first ever victory in Kerala.
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