DYFI asks CBI to reprobe Fazal murder case

Close on the heels of the startling confession by key accused Subeesh of Fazal murder case, the state committee of DYFI on Friday demanded the CBI to order a reprobe into the case. 

Published: 10th June 2017 02:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th June 2017 02:55 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Close on the heels of the startling confession by key accused Subeesh of Fazal murder case, the state committee of DYFI on Friday demanded the CBI to order a reprobe into the case. 

State president A N Shamseer MLA told reporters the case be reinvestigated by the CBI as the accused himself claimed the arrested persons Karayi Rajan and Karayi Chandrasekharan were innocent. “The CBI should shed its false pride. It should reprobe the case and the real culprits be put behind the bars.

So far, many culprits are on a free move and the enforcement agencies can’t arrest even one of them. Many of them are hiding in the Gulf countries. All of them are accused in several murder cases. Karayi Rajan was made a scapegoat and his personal life was extremely distorted because of this case,” Shamseer said.

He said the DYFI would organise state-level campaign on August 15 against fascist forces in the country. He said 70 campaign programmes will begin as part of 70th anniversary of Indian independence. 

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