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Will hand Chandrasekharan's wife K K Rema's complaint to police: Ramesh Chennithala

Sunday, 6 April 2014 - 9:03pm IST | Place: Chennai | Agency: PTI

Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala today said if RMP leader T P Chandrasekharan's widow K K Rema submits complaint against the LDF candidate in the Vatakara parliamentary constituency, it will be handed over to the police team headed by ADGP N Sankar Reddy.

Speaking to mediapersons at Wayanad, Chennithala said that "if Rema gives a complaint letter it will be handed over to the ADGP North Zone N Sankar Reddy."

At a press meet in Kozhikode yesterday Rema had alleged that LDF candidate for the Vatakara Parliamentary Constituency A N Shamseer (CPI-M) has connection with a convict Krirman Manoj, serving life imprisonment in connection with RMP leader T P Chandrasekharan's murder.

Rema, a prominent leader of RMP, demanded a comprehensive probe into the telephone conversation Shamseer had with Kirmani, prior to be murder of chandrasekharan in 2012.

Alleging that Shamseer had contacted Kirmani on April 9, 10, and May 3 before chandrasekharan was murdered on May 4, 2012, she said that the phone calls made by shamseer stands testimony to his relationship with Kirmani. Rema had also demanded the arrest of Shamseer.

Meanwhile, Rema said that she had e-maled the complaint to Chennithala.

Chennithala said that CPI(M) State Secretary Pinarayi Vijayan should appologise for his adverse remark against Kollam parliament constituency UDF candidate N K Premachandran (RSP), aired at an election meeting at Kollam.


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