The crime branch has recovered the two-wheeler which was allegedly used by Youth Congress leader V Jithin to hurl explosives at the AKG Centre.
The court concurred with this view and turned down the bail plea.
Jithin was arrested for allegedly hurling explosives at the AKG Centre on June 30. The attack was in response to the CPM attack on KPCC Office and the office of Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi.
Youth Congress leader V Jithin, who was arrested by the crime branch in the AKG Centre attack case, has been remanded in judicial custody till October 6.
The Crime branch will soon interrogate a woman Youth Congress leader for arranging a two-wheeler for Jithin V, who was arrested for allegedly hurling crackers at the AKG Centre on June 30.
The report said the AKG Centre attack was in retaliation to the CPM attack on the KPCC office and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi’s office.
The delay in arresting the suspect created various conspiracy theories as the Congress party openly claimed that the attack was an insider job.
State Congress president K Sudhakaran has come out against the Crime Branch probe against Youth Congress leaders in the AKG Centre attack case.
Though crime branch has taken over probe, it hasn’t got any leads yet
When asked for his comments on state Congress chief K Sudhakaran’s remark, Jayarajan said he doesn’t deserve a reply.
Last week, a 13-member team led by district crime records bureau (DCRB) assistant commissioner J K Dinil was formed to probe the incident.
The remarks by the minister had put the Left front on the backfoot. The CPM central leadership too was unhappy about the minister's unwarranted remarks against the Constitution.
The officer said the team probing the AKG Centre attack could not even identify the registration number of the vehicle in which the assailant travelled.
The assembly witnessed a fiery debate of over two hours between the treasury benches and the Opposition over the issue.
“On June 1, a seven-member team had approached the security personnel of AKG Centre and said they wanted to meet CPM leaders.
The police efforts hit a roadblock after they failed to identify the registration number of the two-wheeler in which the accused had travelled.
The police team found that one more person was involved in aiding the key culprit.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury and the LDF condemned the attack on Friday, with the CM vowing to bring those behind the incident to book.
The attack on the CPM state office is suspected to be the spillover of the ongoing CPM-UDF tussle.
CPM central committee member PK Sreemathy was in the office when the incident occurred. LDF convener EP Jayarajan pinned the blame on the Congress for the alleged attack.