LDF Convenor Demands M A Wahid be Behind the Bars for 'Public Safety'

Published: 17th August 2015 04:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th August 2015 04:16 AM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:The LDF district committee has warned of an agitation if the police do not file a murder attempt case against M A Wahid MLA.

Saleem, a prosecution witness in the Aprani Krishnakumar murder case has alleged that Wahid is trying to kill him. Fearing the attack, is been hiding at an undisclosed location.

He revealed the life threat against him to reporters the other day.

LDF district convenor Gangadharan Nadar said that the self-imposed exile of Saleem’s family reveals the inefficiency of state police.

“The MLA is leading a mafia gang that conducts frequent attacks in Kazhakoottam and nearby areas. He should be jailed, for public safety,” Nadar said.

CPM district secretary Kadakampally Surendran presided over the LDF meeting that discussed the issue.

LDF leaders G R Anil, Solomon Vettucaud, Attingal Ramachandran, R Satheesh Kumar, Nanthancode MS Baiju and K Sreevalsan attended the meeting.  

March to LSGs

The committee will take out marches to Local Self-governments (LSGs) in the district to protest against the government’s attempts to delay the local body polls any further.

Protests will be held at the City Corporation, its zonal offices at Thiruvallam, Kazhakoottam and Nemom.

A dharna will be held in front of the Varkala, Attingal, Nedumangad and Neyyattinkara municipalities and all panchayats. 


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