Widespread violence was reported on Thursday from various parts of Uttar Pradesh during the filing of nominations for the July 10 Block Pramukh polls.
Pinarayi-Sudhakaran spat brings into focus politics of vengeance in Kannur where cadre demand ‘tit-for-tat’ approach from leaders
In its letter, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, the apex child rights body, has asked the district magistrates to record statements of the children.
The PIL filed by lawyer petitioner Anindya Sundar Das raised the issue of violence taking place in various parts of the state after the state assembly elections in which the TMC trounced BJP.
It wouldn’t be incorrect to say that the genre has more or less concluded that there cannot be any political discourse without the presence of violence in some form.
Political violence which erupted after the assembly polls continued even on Friday in the rural areas of the district.
Earlier in the day, the CB team led by DySP K Ismail reached the house of Mansoor around 10am and recorded the statement of his father Musthafa.
Addressing the peace committee meeting, Collector TV Subhash called for the sincere support and cooperation of all the people concerned.
However provocative a situation is, no incident should end up in murder, said CPM politburo member Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.
Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala on Wednesday accused the CPM of unleashing violence in the state fearing a defeat in the assembly elections.
Chokli police have arrested CPM worker Shinos in connection with the murder.
UDF convenor M M Hassan has condemned the killing of 22-year-old Muslim League worker Paral Manzoor at Pullukkara in Koothuparamba.
He is a living proof of the violent politics of Kannur.
He and his supporters sparred with his relative Kilash, the TRS Upa Sarpanch.
The NDA is set to highlight in its election campaign the political violence perpetrated allegedly by CPM cadre in Kazhakkoottam and other parts of the capital district.