Kozhikode: RMPI mulls legal ways for CBI probe

Ten Kudumbashree workers, who clean up Fort Kochi beach, are paid a meagre Rs 200 per day.

Kozhikode: RMPI is planning to approach High Court to seek a CBI probe to unravel the conspiracy behind the murder of T.P Chandrasekharan five years back.

This was the common feeling of party leaders who met here at Orkatteri on the fifth martyr day on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion, RMPI national secretary Mangath Ram Pasla said the party would apprise CPM central leadership of the unabated attacks carried out by CPM against RMPI in Onchiyam and surrounding areas.

“The unending attacks underline the anti-democratic stand of CPM. They are derailing the broad left alliance floated at the national level to fight the Hindutva agenda of the BJP rule,” he said.

Mr Pasla warned that CPM would be more isolated in the society if it fails to rein in its cadres unleashing violence. RMPI leader Adv P. Kumaran Kutty lamented that though previous UDF ministry and Union government had assured CBI inquiry into the conspiracy, nothing materialised.

“Now, it seems that we are pushed to the wall with only a legal option left with us. So, that should be explored,” he said. The TP martyr’s day observation at Orkatteri witnessed huge participation on Thursday.

Floral tributes were offered at the TP martyr’s column in the morning at Vallikad.
Red volunteer march was held followed by a rally of party members and supporters. State secretary N. Venu, K.K. Rema, the widow of the slain leader, K.S. Hariharan, T.L. Santhosh and others participated.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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