Bar Council of Kerala can only file appeal in bar council of India over the decision taken by the state bar council. The appeal unless considered, they can approach Supreme Court.
The lawyer represents the accused said they will approach High Court after the bail rejected. The relatives of the students also conveyed opinion to approach High court. The relatives said as they are CPI (M) workers, a lenient stand expected from the prosecution.
Police released the video of Chandu, a Maoists from Chhattisgarh provides training to the Maoists at Manchakandi in Palakkad. The pictures in the pen drive recovered from the tent where Maoists were killed during encounter released the video. The Maoists themselves kept the video which comprise the pictures.
A circular was issued over not to use mobile phones in schools earlier also. But as it did not found effective and allegations raised over it, the department issued circular for a second time.
The two students, Allen Shuhaib and Fazal arrested under UAPA in Kozhikode over Maoist link reported to have consented the alleged crime. The CPI (M) workers, Allen, a law student and Fazal a journalism student, agreed that that they are CPI Maoists workers.
Jolly Joseph, the main accused in Kudathayi serial murders, was arrested over the death of Mathew Manchadiyal. The investigating officer recorded Jolly’s arrest at Kozhikode district jail where she is in remand, over the death of Mathew Manchadiyal, the brother of Annamma Thomas.
PC George, Punnar MLA said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan is borrowing the words of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to justify the Maoist killings in Kerala.
The fasting protest by KPCC President Mullappally Ramachandran over the mysterious death of Walayar siblings, started at Smrithi Mandapam in Palakkad. K C Venugopal, AICC General Secretary who inaugurated the fasting protest alleged high level conspiracy over the siblings’ death.
Do not consider those who have gun down CRPF across the country as pure souls. Do you want to transform Kerala to this state, Chief Minister asked in the assembly. Ramesh Chennithala said Congress will not justify Maoists over the matter.
Sabarimala verdict is not like the orders issued over Jallikattu , said Chief Minister. He was replying to the questions asked by the opposition in assembly. He said the state cannot interfere over the matter. The opposition reinforced the stand that the state has the right to intervene over the