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VM Sudheeran seeks CBI probe into TP murder case

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Thiruvananthapuram: Veteran Congress leader VM Sudheeran on Saturday sought that the government speed up the procedures to order a CBI inquiry into the TP Chandrasekharan murder case.

Handing over a letter to Chief Minister Oommen Chandy in this regard, Sudheeran said that a decision over CBI inquiry should be taken before KK Rema goes on fast to meet the demand.

Rema, widow of the slain Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP) leader T.P. Chandrasekharan, had earlier declared that she would go on a fast unto death in front of the Secretariat in Thiruvananthapuram from February 3 to press for a CBI probe into the killing of her husband.

The decision came in the wake of the Special Additional Sessions Court (Marad cases) acquitting some of the CPI-M leaders involved in the conspiracy to hack to death Chandrasekharan at Onchiyam on May 4, 2012.

The trial court exonerated P. Mohanan (14th accused), district secretariat member of the CPI-M; K.K. Krishnan (10th accused), member of the Onchiyam area committee; Jyothi Babu (12th accused), member of the Kunnothuparamba local committee; M.K. Raveendran aka Padayamkandi Raveendran (30th accused), member of the local committee; C. Babu (42nd accused), office secretary of the Koothuparamba area committee; and K. Dhananjayan (70th accused), secretary of the Koothuparamba area committee.

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