Assassination attempt on SFI woman leader in Wayanad; UDSF ‘Trabiok’ narcotics team behind

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Kalpatta > UDSF–Narcotics gang carried out a deliberate assault on Meppadi Polytechnic School. The goal was to kill SFI District Vice President Aparna Gauri. His life was saved when SFI staff got here working. He was brutally crushed.

The SFI feminine chief was tried to be killed by the faculty’s drug gang “Trabiok” and the UDSF. The group of about 30 males beat her with out even contemplating that she was a lady. The assault was noticed when Aparna was sitting alone. The goal was to kill her. She pinned her hair towards the wall and beat her with a stick. Then she pushed her down over a excessive wall. Aparna was unconscious by the point SFI staff rushed to her and beat up those that tried to save lots of her.

The UDSF went on the free with the drug gang. SFI campaigned towards drug cartels in the course of the elections. Aparna was accountable for SFI group within the faculty. SFI is conducting robust consciousness towards drug use among the many college students in your complete district. On this, the UDSF was becoming a member of the narcotics gang. Energetic interventions had been made in Meppadi Polytechnic below the management of Aparna. With this, they focused Aparna.

“Trabiok” group and UDSF staff attacked out of the blue. Sarath and Vishnu who tried to save lots of them had been additionally crushed up. UDSF was shaken by the massive victory of SFI within the faculty union elections, veterinary and agricultural college elections and ITI elections held below Kannur and Calicut universities. Aparna Mepadi is present process remedy at Wims Medical School Hospital with accidents.

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