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Ministerial team visits Thuneri

Ministerial team visits Thuneri

Kozhikode: A delegation of Ministers led by Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Monday visited the violence-torn areas of Nadapuram.

“The government will look into whether there were any lapses on the part of the police in handing the Thuneri incident,” the Chief Minister told reporters after visiting the areas.

“Steps will be taken to hand over the compensations to the victims at the earliest. A panel headed by Minister M.K Muneer has been directed to submit their report in two weeks after assessing the losses in the violence,” he said.

They also visited homes of the victims. Chief Minister Oommen Chandy handed over a compensation of Rs 25 lakh to the family of Shibin Bhaskaran, who was killed in the violence.

The delegation comprised State Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala, Industries Minister P.K Kunjalikutty, Social Justice Minister M.K Muneer, Mullapally Ramachandran, MP, E.K Vijayan and district collector K.K Lathika.

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