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Thursday, 25 July 2024 6.05 AM IST

'We're also humans, we want to live without fear'; not ready to die in bomb blast, says Seena

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KANNUR: "I might be attacked any time. However, I'm not afraid. I'm telling the truth for the right to live without fear," says Seena, the neighbour of the elderly man who died after a steel bomb exploded in Eranholi in Thalassery. Seena, who protested against party workers manufacturing bombs in the region, is facing threats to her life. Her family is also facing threats. Seena, who told the media the other day that uninhabited houses in the region are hubs of the party's bomb makers, however, is not ready to back down from her stand. Seena told Kerala Kaumudi that she and her family are now on the verge of isolation and attack.

Seena said that three CPM workers, including a ward member, came to her house yesterday and threatened her mother.

"Three women activists came to my home. Only my father and mother were there at that time. They warned my mother to make me understand not to speak against the party. My mother replied that I would not obey anyone. When she asked them if they would kill us, they said 'no' and left the house. They may kill me. Let them kill me. But I will say what needs to be said. We are not ready to die in a bomb blast," Seena said.

"All relatives of my father are CPM workers. Some of them called my mother and asked her not to speak against the party. My mother's relatives are also in the party. Yet, I am forced to say this because of the experiences that I have had since my childhood. I am not saying this to destroy or help CPM or any other political party," Seena said.

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