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Solidarity meet held for Suryanelli case victim

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A convention to express solidarity with the victim of the Suryanelli case, who had also been accused of taking money from the office where she had been working, was held at

Published: 01st March 2012 07:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:26 PM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A convention to express solidarity with the victim of the Suryanelli case, who had also been accused of taking money from the office where she had been working, was held at Gandhi park here on Wednesday. Inaugurating the convention, Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan said some wicked people with the help of the government were trying to save the culprits in the Sooryanelli sex scandal case by framing the victim in a fabricated case.

 ‘’The Oommen Chandy government is out to help their friends who are there in the list of accused,’’ he said. He pointed out that the government which had helped the accused get acquitted in the High Court would once again would help them in the Supreme Court.

 He said he would try to engage a good lawyer for the girl in the Supreme court.  He wanted all humane and good-hearted people to come together in the fight for justice for the girl.  Sthree Koottayma, a forum to fight the case for the girl, organised the convention.

Mercy Alexander presided. Anweshi chairperson K Ajitha, Purogamana Kalasahithya Sangham secretary Suja Susan George, Poet Sugathakumari, Medini,  Mini,  Indira Ravindran, R Parvathydevi and others

spoke.                               



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