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Yet again, MVJ courts controversy

CPM district secretary P Jayarajan was questioned by a police team at the Government Guest House here on Monday in connection with the murder of Muslim League worker Abdul Shukkoor.

Published: 10th July 2012 10:23 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th July 2012 10:23 AM   |  A+A-

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CPM district secretary P Jayarajan was questioned by a police team headed by the District Superintendent of Police Rahul R Nair at the Government Guest House here on Monday in connection with the murder of Muslim League worker Abdul Shukkoor.

But it was his colleague M V Jayarajan who landed in trouble after he allegedly abused a police official at the guest house.

MVJ had accompanied P Jayarajan to the guest house but he was stopped from entering the room where the latter was taken for questioning.

Seeing DySP P Sukumaran among the officials while coming out from the guest house, MVJ asked him: “Sukumaran, are you going to poke an iron rod into the rectum of P Jayarajan also?” The police alleged that the CPM leader had tried to threaten the official and filed a case against him.

Later, MVJ said that he had asked such a question, but never threatened the official.

Sukumaran had allegedly tortured one of the DYFI leaders arrested in connection with the Shukkoor murder.

The allegation raised by the CPM leadership was that he had thrust an iron rod into the rectum of the DYFI leader while interrogating him.

The police had made elaborate security arrangements for P Jayarajan’s questioning for the second time on Monday.

Jayarajan who came out of the guest house room after questioning from 11 am to 12.20 pm said that he told the police that he had nothing more to say on the murder of Shukkoor except what he had said during the first round of questioning.



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