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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kazhakuttam police have arrested four persons on the charge of hurling crude bombs at the Njandoorkonam BMS office and Deen Dayal Club.

The accused have been identified as Akhil of Njandoorkonam, Unni of Vattapara, Shiyas of Pothencode, and Amal Das of Mithurumala.

The incident occurred Tuesday last. Akhil, angry over being thrown out of the Communist Party of India (CPI-M) and assaulted by BJP activists, wanted to widen the rift between the two parties and roped in Unni.

They bought crackers from a shop and purchased material for manufacturing country bombs.

After making the bombs, they called the remaining accused and went to Njandoorkonam to hurl the bombs and later escaped from the scene.

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