Rema receives threat letters, case registered

DC
Published Dec 22, 2013, 6:17 pm IST
Updated Mar 19, 2019, 1:56 am IST
K.K. Rema, wife of slain RMP leader T.P. Chandrasekharan, on Saturday.

Kozhikode: K.K. Rema, wife of slain RMP leader T.P. Chandrasekharan, on Saturday lodged  a complaint with the District Superintendent of Police (rural) P.H. Ashraf seeking action against those who have written  threatening letters to her repeatedly.

Rema  received two anonymous letters this month  threatening her with dire consequences if she continues to target the CPM leadership and others accused in the TPC murder case in her speeches.  One letter posted at Calicut university post office was received on December 10 and the other posted at Aluva was received on December 19.

 

Rema told DC that she ignored he first letter but was worried  when she received the second on Thursday. “The letter threatened me and warned me of  serious consequences  to my family,”  she said.  When asked about seeking police protection, she said police protection will  not help in saving her life.

“The persons behind the letter should be exposed,”  she said. “Those who have written the letters will be foolish to think that I would stop my activities after reading them,”  she added.     

 

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Location: Kerala




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