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IUML worker dies in post-poll clash in Kannur, Kerala

The IUML worker was allegedly killed after the violence on Tuesday late night by CPI (M) workers in Kannur district of Kerala. Police identified the victim as 21-year-old Parul Manzoor, a resident of Panoor near Kuthuparamba in the district. His 27-year-old brother Muhsin was seriously injured in the attack. A CPI (M) worker was detained in connection with the incident. According to police, a gang bitten the brothers after a storm in their home at around 8 a.m., an hour after the voting ended.

Both were taken to a local hospital in Thalassery, but Manzoor died around midnight. Police said tension had erupted between CPI (M) and IUML workers at Pulaskeda near Panoor since Monday night. Even on polling day, there were differences between the workers of the two parties. After voting ends, A gang belonging to the CPI (M), hurled bombs at the brothers’ house and cut them both. The Congress-led UDF on Wednesday called for harassment in the Kuthuparamba constituency. Leader of the Opposition Ramesh Chennithala said that the CPI (M) was carrying out violence with the fear of failures in the elections.

Despite the Kovid-19 ban at polling stations in Kerala, till 8:15 pm on Tuesday, 74.02 per cent polling was recorded in Kerala. The final figures from the Election Commission will be released after the Kovid-19 patients and votes are cast in quarantine in the last hour of polling. . By 15 pm, Kerala had 74.02 percent polling. The final figures from the Election Commission will be released after the Kovid-19 patients and votes are cast in quarantine in the last hour of polling. . By 15 pm, Kerala had 74.02 percent polling. The final figures from the Election Commission will be released after the Kovid-19 patients and votes are cast in quarantine in the last hour of polling. .