Intelligence Bureau report hints chances of attack on CPM leader P Jayarajan

The Intelligence Bureau has warned that the murder of IUML activist Mansoor has increased the threat to Jayarajan's life
Intelligence Bureau report hints chances of attack on CPM leader P Jayarajan
P Jayarajan

As Kerala Assembly polls are complete, the Intelligence Bureau has reportedly issued a warning of possible attack on CPM state committee member P Jayarajan. Even during the time of elections, the Intelligence report has pointed out a threat to Jayarajan's life.

According to reports, the higher police officials have alerted Jayarajan to remain vigilant based on the Intelligence report. The Intelligence Bureau has warned that the murder of IUML activist Mansoor has increased the threat to Jayarajan's life.

On the election day, IUML activist Mansoor was killed during a clash between UDF and LDF activists in Panoor. North zone IG Ashok Yadav recommended tight security for Jayarajan, however, he declined the suggestions.

During Jayarajan's trips in the northern regions, the IG has instructed the police officials in Kasargod, Kannur and Kozhikode to stay alert. Currently, two gunmen are deployed for Jayarajan's security.

Reportedly, more police personnel were deployed at Jayarajan's residence following the warning from intelligence, but Jayarajan recalled the security.

Meanwhile, earlier P Jayarajan's son Jain Raj's Facebook post regarding the death of Youth League activist Mansoor in Koothuparambi at Kannur has gone viral. He said that it has “become a habit to beg for it” in his post which has invited other left activists to support the political murder. This is despite current Kannur secretary MV Jayarajan claiming that while the death was unfortunate, the left party had nothing to do with it. He added that the incident happened at a location where the party didn’t have any influence.

On April 6, following a scuffle between the CPM and Youth League, a gang of alleged CPM workers barged into the house of Mansoor after creating a scary atmosphere by hurling bombs into the house. When the gang attacked Muhasin, his brother Mansoor tried to stop them and the attackers hacked the latter. Both of them were initially taken to Thalasseri Indira Gandhi hospital and from there to a private hospital at Kozhikode.

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