Kozhikode: K.K. Rema, wife of slain RMP chief T.P. Chandrasekharan, has submitted a memorandum to Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala demanding a CBI inquiry into the larger conspiracy behind the murder.
She handed over the memorandum to Chennithala at his office in Thiruvananthapuram two days back, it is learnt. The RMP leadership has been demanding a high-level probe into the conspiracy behind the murder that happened on May 4, 2012. Former Home Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan had promised to investigate it but only after the verdict in the ongoing case was pronounced.
Rema told DC that the memorandum demanded immediate steps to probe the larger conspiracy, the existence of which had been confirmed by many, including the investigating officials.
There were no legal or procedural hurdles for investigating the conspiracy, she said. “I suspect that the CBI investigation was kept on hold due to a deal between the CPM and the Congress,” Rema said.
The special additional district and sessions court (Marad cases) at Eranhippalam will pronounce the verdict in the case on January 22.