The Political twin murders case: Governor seeks Action Taken Report
Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala governor P Sadasivam seeks an action
taken report from the state government regarding the twin political
murders at northern Kerala.
The governor sought ATR from Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, on
the violence and political murders at and round Kannur.
A local CPM leader Babu was killed on Monday night at Palloor and
a BJP worker is also killed on the same day at New Mahe.
Kannur and near by Kannur are becoming the hub of political killings.
In December last year the Governor had sought a report from
government on a petition filed by BJP seeking steps to stopping
the political killing and attackes from CPIM workers.
The governor had in January voiced concerns over the recurring
violence in Kannur between CPIM and BJP.
He said the political leaders need to take all possible measures to stop the killings
500 accused in murder case
Related to the valance in Palloor, an enclave of Puduchery following
Babu’s murder, a case has been registered against 500 CPIM workers
for offences under various sections of IPC, including rioting, assaulting
on public servant from discharging the duty etc.
The case registered after CPM workers burnt a police jeep parked
near Palloor Police station and attacked BJP office and shops belonging to BJP workers.
A series of political murders are happening in Kannur.
The police said FIR has been registered against six persons in connection
with murder of Shema, the police at New Mahe said PUduchery
DGP sunil kumar also said that an FIR is registered against the accused.
State police chied Loknath Behra said the objective was to ensure
that all the accused get esemplary punishments.
There is a co operation needed between the two governments that is Kerala and Puduchery.