Kannur | CPI(M District Secretary P Jayarajan today said his party would cooperate with CBI in the RSS District Functionary Manoj murder case.
Talking to newspersons here today, Mr Jayrajan said the CBI had urged the Supreme Court to shift the case related to Manoj to CBI Court at Ernakulam from Thalassery District Sessions Court. The will legally face this case in any courts, he said, adding, CBI’s approach to the Apex Court on this issue was unwarranted.
It may be recalled that the case was earlier shifted from CBI to Thalassery court due to intervention of the Kerala High Court.
Mr Jayarajan said the CBI team was impartial in its investigations and some of its reports had delivered adverse remarks against some Marxist activists. The CPI(M) would shudder to think of implementing draconian laws like UAPA and KAPA.
If the State Government and the RSS make an attempt to misuse black laws unabashedly, the CPI(M) is ready to give a fitting rebuff to them politically, as well as legally, he warned.
Mr Jayarajan, while replying to another question said the CPI(M) would not organise any campaign against CBI, despite the fact that his party workers were the victims.
He said Mr Velappally-led SNDP is trying to make an inroad into the citadel of the CPI(M) with the active connivance of the BJP-led NDA Government.
The SNDP’s ulterior motivation was amply evident during the tenure of A.B. Vajpayee Government in 2004 when it played its caste and communal card, much to the chagrin and discomfiture of the people. However, its nefarious designs was thwarted by the politically conscious people of Kerala in the Malabar region then.
The CPI(M) leader said three lakh people would participate in the agitation against the Union and State Governments’ anti people policies and rampant corruption, in the district on August 11.
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