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CBI Permits Fazal Murder Case Accused to Attend Oath Taking Ceremony

The CBI Court on granted permission to CPM leaders Karayi Rajan and Karayi Chandrasekharan, for attending the oath taking.

Published: 11th November 2015 08:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th November 2015 08:00 PM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: The CBI Court on  Wednesday granted permission to CPM leaders Karayi Rajan and Karayi Chandrasekharan, the seventh and eighth accused in the Fazal murder case, for attending the oath taking

ceremony in Thalassery and Kannur after duo won election last week. Both CPM leaders had filed a petition requesting permission to leave for Thalassery and Kannur for two days. While considering the petition CBI Court Judge K M Balachandran allowed them for leaving Ernakulam on Wednesday evening and return by Friday morning. Rajan and Chandrashekaran also have filed another petition for travelling to Kannur on November 18. Both Karayis arrested in Fazal murder case were granted bail on condition not to leave Ernakulam district without the permission of the court. Rajan was elected to district panchayat after winning election in the Pattyam division in Kannur. Similarly, Chandrashekaran contested and won election from Chellath ward of Thalassery municipality.



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