RSS worker held for attacking CPM leader's son,daughter-in-law

RSS man held for attacking CPM leader's son,daughter-in-law
Julius Nikithas and wife Saniyo Manomi, working with a leading Malayalam news channel, were attacked at Kuttiady as they were going to a hospital in a car to visit a patient.
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Kozhikode: A CPI(M) leader's son and his journalist daughter-in law were attacked allegedly by protesters trying to enforce a shutdown near here on Saturday, the police said.

Julius Nikithas and wife Saniyo Manomi, working with a leading Malayalam news channel, were attacked at Kuttiady as they were going to a hospital in a car to visit a patient, they said.

Nikithas, son of party district secretary P Mohanan, suffered head injuries, police said, adding that Manomi was also injured.

Nettoor native Sudheesh, an RSS actvist, was arrested by Kuttiyadi police on Sunday. The police have booked 10 people for the attack.

The couple have been admitted to the government medical college hospital here.

The CPI(M) alleged that they were attacked by activists belonging to the Sangh Parivar.

A case has been registered against ten people allegedly involved in the attack, police said.

Right-wing Hindu outfits observed a dawn-to-dusk hartal in Kerala on Saturday in protest against the "preventive detention" of Hindu Aikya Vedi state president P Sasikala who was on a pilgrimage to the Sabarimala Lord Ayyappa temple.

State-owned and private buses and autorickshaws were off the roads in most parts of the state due to the hartal.

At various places, hartal supporters forcibly downed shutters of shops, prevented vehicles from plying, causing hardship to long distance travellers reaching railway and bus stations.

The Bharatiya Janata Party had extended support to the shutdown.

(With inputs from agencies)

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