Kerala, June 8: A petrol bomb attack was reported at Trivandrum district committee office of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday.
The petrol bomb was hurled at the BJP office by unidentified assailants at around 9.15 p.m.
It was learnt that a few chairs that were laid on the portico of the office were damaged.
However, no casualty or injury has been reported in the incident.
Meanwhile, the police have begun an investigation to nab the attackers.
The BJP party workers have called for a strike on Thursday Trivandrum district in view of the incident.
Accusing the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)) for the alleged attacks, BJP party president Amit Shah had said that the more leftist violence is unleashed upon the saffron party workers in the state, the more the Lotus will blossom here.
Kerala: BJP workers hold protest march against attack on BJP office in Trivandrum, last night. pic.twitter.com/EWNP3Y3w7B
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Shah also pointed out that that violence against BJP and Sangh Parivar members have risen whenever the Left parties come to power. After the Left government came to power in Kerala, 13 BJP, RSS workers have been killed so far.