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NEW DELHI: The RSS ideologue, Rakesh Sinha, attacked chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan over the alleged murder of a right-wing group worker, calling him a product of violence.

"The killing of Anand and other RSS workers shows that Pinarayi Vijayan is himself a product of violence and thinks this is the only way to strengthen the communist leadership in the state. The government is not interested to mend their ways," Sinha told ANI.

The RSS ideologue also demanded a National Investigation Agency (NIA) probe into the matter.

"Home minister should ask NIA to probe for murders of RSS workers occurring in Kerala," he said.

An RSS worker, identified as Anand, was found dead in Thrissur on Sunday.

The dead was an accused in the murder case of a CPI (M) activist four years ago.

The BJP has been accusing the Left Government of killing the political leaders in Kerala.

Recently, the saffron party organised a rally 'JanRaksha Yatra' in Thiruvananthapuram to protest against alleged political killings in the state.

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