Chief Minister sought explanation to the DGP over imposing UAPA on CPI (M) activist and member in Kozhikode. CPI (M) is party which opposes UAPA strongly alleging that it is a black law.. Earlier CPI (M) strongly opposed the imposition of UAPA on party leader P Jayarajan.
The statement made by Chief Minister has the note of threat in it. It is the policy of the CPI (M) to silence those who are opposing them. Sukumaran Nair said in a press note. He said the renaissance organizations originated in the party only after Sabarimala issue. Last day
The family dismissed the allegation on leveled against the arrested. The family approached Chief Minister over the matter. Chief Minister reportedly sought explanation to DGP over the incident. Even as CPI district committee said that those who support Maoists would not be included in the party.
Lack of clarity sustains over identifying the bodies of Maoists killed by thunderbolt during encounter at Manchakandi in Palakkad district. One among the four unidentified bodies was identified as that of Suresh, a native of Chikamaglore by his brother. Human right activists demanded Maoists organization to reveal the names of
The Higher secondary students, who sticking poster on school wall demanding justice for Walayar siblings were suspended from the schools. The three students at Vilavoorkkal Higher Secondary Schools were suspended over sticking poster by not being sought the permission from the school authorities.
High Court rejected the public litigation filed for CBI probe over the death of Walayar minor siblings’ at Attappadi in Palakkad. The court stated that either the close relatives of the victims or the investigating officers over Dalit siblings’ death in Walayar can proceed with the case as criminal offence.
The postmortem report and chemical examination revealed that marks of trauma were seen on Jayamadhavan Nair’s head. His body was seen to be in a upside down position within injuries on face. His face was in a blood clogged state and blood was seen on mouth and nose.
In a setback to Jose K Mani, the Court issued verdict that Jose K Mani is not the official chairman of Kerala Congress. A court issued verdict over the plea sued by Jose K Mani, sitting MP and son of Kerala Congress founding chairman K M Mani over his claiming
Cyclone ‘Maha’ has made reduced its impact in Kerala. The cyclone crossed over Lakshadweep and moved to North western regions. The cyclone likely to move towards Oman.
The relatives identified the body of Manivasakan, the Maoist who killed in encounter with thunderbolt in Attappadi in Palakkad district. The relatives who reached at Thrissur Medical College identified Manivasakan and said that his face was marred. His siblings alleged that they were not even allowed to touch the body.