Kozhikode (Kerala), March 3: Police on Friday said they have registered a case against two CPI-M workers after bombs were hurled at an RSS office in Kallachi on Thursday evening.
The two persons who were injured are out of danger, police said.
A police official attached to the Nadapuram police station told IANS that the bomb was hurled at the office and it hit a wall of the building.
"Two people were injured. They were immediately taken to the Kozhikode Medical College. The hospital said they are out of danger. We have registered a case against two CPI-M workers," the official who did not wish to be identified said.
The incident appeared to be in retaliation to a Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh leader from Madhya Pradesh, Kundan Chandrawat, saying on Wednesday that he would offer a sum of Rs 1 crore to have Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan beheaded.