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KANHANGAD: As many as 23 BJP-RSS sympathizers and eight DYFI activists have been arrested in connection with the sporadic violence that followed a public meeting organized by the pro-CPI(M) youth outfit in the BJP stronghold of Kottapara on Independence Day on August 15.

2 BJP workers from Mavungal in the Hosdurg police station limits and another 11 from Kottapara falling under the Ambalathara police station limits have been arrested in connection with the violence.

The BJP workers have been remanded in judicial custody under Sections 353 (assault or obstruction of official duty of public servants) and 308 (attempt to commit culpable homicide) of the Indian Penal Code and under the Prevention of Damage to Public Property (PDPP) Act.

The DYFI workers have been arrested for attacking BJP loyalists while returning home after attending a public meeting and for vandalizing a BJP office at Kanhangad South.

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