‘Arrested are venomous snakes of CPM’
By Express News Service - KOZHIKODE
24th June 2012 11:44 AM
Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Mullappally Ramachandran has said that those arrested in the T P Chandrasekharan murder case were venomous snakes of the CPM.
Speaking at a function held at the DCC office on the occasion of first death anniversary observance of former minister and Congress leader A Sujanapal on Saturday, the minister said that he would not dilute his earlier political stance on the murder.
He added that the progress of the investigation had proved and that what is emerging from the investigation on each passing day has justified his earlier stand that CPM was involved in the murder. “Those arrested in the Chandrasekharan murder case are being fed by the CPM. Party leaders are saying that the CPM is not involved in the case. Party State Secretary Pinarayi Vijayan is reiterating that the CPM has no connection with those accused in the case. By saying this, the Party Secretary is trying to hide the truth. He is playing meaningless drama on the issue,” alleged Mullappally.
He also said that what Pinarayi says would be believed only by his close aides and not others.
Home Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan, DCC president K C Abu, M P Abdussamad Samadani MLA, Congress leaders P Shankaran, N P Moideen, M T Padma, P V Gangadharan and others attended the function.
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