The CBI court here on Thursday posted the sensational Kaviyoor case to January 5. The court will also hear on the same day the objection filed by Crime editor T P Nandakumar against former ministers and CPM leaders Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, M A Baby and P K Sreemathi’s plea seeking action against him for fabricating false evidence, attempting to malign them and derail the investigation in the case. The court was told that a revision petition was pending in this regard in the High Court.
A final decision has not yet been taken. The CPM leaders had submitted that the First Investigation Report filed by the CBI in the court could be treated as a complaint against Nandakumar and appropriate action could be taken against him in accordance with law.
Anagha, along with her father Narayanan Namboodiri, mother Sreedevi, sister Akhila and brother Akshay, were found dead in their rented house at Kaviyoor, near Thiruvalla, on September 28, 2004.