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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM/KOCHI: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has invited the protestors for talks after their strike against the LPG terminal in Puthuvypeen, turned violent. The talks will be held at the chief minister’s conference hall at 11 am Wednesday morning. A scuffle broke out between the protestors and the police Sunday morning when the work of the terminal resumed. In this scenario, a decision was taken to stop the work till talks with the chief minister are held. MLA S Sarma informed the protestors that IOC authorities have agreed to stop the work.

The police resorted to lathicharge when the protestors tried to barge into the plant. A strike was going on against the installation of the plant. In the talks held with Minister J Mercykutty Amma, a decision was taken to stop the work temporarily. A clash broke out when the work resumed this morning. The protestors tried to barge into the plant and following that the police resorted to lathicharge. They were brutally between up by the police led by the city police commissioner. Many sustained serious injuries.

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