Fazal murder case: Court permits Karayi Rajan to stay in Kerala capital temporarily

The CBI Court here on Tuesday approved of CPM leader and Fazal murder case accused Karayi Rajan’s plea to allow him to stay in Thiruvananthapuram temporarily as part of his work.

Published: 07th June 2017 02:49 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th June 2017 02:49 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

KOCHI:  The CBI Court here on Tuesday approved of CPM leader and Fazal murder case accused Karayi Rajan’s plea to allow him to stay in Thiruvananthapuram temporarily as part of his work.

While granting bail, the court had ordered the accused, including Rajan, not to travel outside Ernakulam district.

Rajan had recently approached the court stating he has been appointed proofreader with a CPM-run publication company and he will have to move to Thiruvananthapuram as part of the job.The court issued the verdict in Rajan’s favour as the CBI did not raise any objection at the court over him moving to T’Puram.

However, the court has laid down certain conditions for permitting him to stay in Thiruvananthapuram. He has been asked to furnish details about his place of stay in the state capital.

Similarly, he will have to report at the local police station near the place where he will be staying. The court will also seek report from the police station to ensure Rajan abides by the conditions laid down by the court.

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