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Kerala: Congress MP Remya Haridas accuses CPM workers of threatening to chop off her legs

WebdeskJun 14, 2021, 03:40 PM IST

Kerala: Congress MP Remya Haridas accuses CPM workers of threatening to chop off her legs

The Member of Parliament from Alathur constituency Ramya Haridas said that CPM activists had threatened to chop off her legs and kill her. According to Remya Haridas, CPM members, including Nasar, a former Alathur panchayat president, came to stop her while she was talking to employment guarantee scheme workers. The MP lodged a complaint at a nearby police station.

 

Ramya Haridas said that she was travelling in Alathur by car and was conversing with the Green Task Force members near the police station when the CPM workers tried to stop her and threatened her.

Earlier in September 2020, Remya Haridas’s convoy was attacked, and she was verbally abused by SFI activists. Regarding this incident, the police had made one arrest back then.

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