Kerala CPM leader says party will continue to kill enemies

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    Kerala CPM leader says party will continue to kill enemies :shocked:


    Shaju Philip : Thiruvananthapuram, Sun May 27 2012.

    While the CPM officially claims that the case against its leaders in the murder of rebel leader T P Chandrasekharan is motivated, a senior leader of the party in Kerala has said that the party has a history of murdering political enemies and would continue to do so if required.

    State committee member and Idukki district secretary M M Mani lamented that the party could not take revenge on all its rivals.

    Addressing a party function on Friday, the Pinarayi Vijayan faction leader said the CPM would kill those who deserve to be killed. Recalling some of the murders in his Idukki district in the past, Mani said the party had finished off rivals in Kerala. “At Shanthanpara village in Idukki in 1982, the party had prepared a list of 13 persons to be killed after a CPM worker was killed. The first person on the list was shot to death. The second was stabbed to death and the third was beaten to death. By then, worried Congress workers escaped. Then home minister Vayalar Ravi was useless.’’ Mani said Congress worker Balan’s murder was in revenge for the death of local CPM leader Ayyappadas.

    “We have a habit of killing and getting killed. So do not try to threaten the CPM. Those who work against the party would be eradicated again. The party does not have any qualms in owning up the murders it had committed,” he said. On Saturday, Mani stuck to what he had said in the public meeting. “It is true that we had killed some persons.”

    Following Mani’s revelation, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said legal action would be initiated against the culprits. DGP Jacob Punnose asked the Idukki district police superintendent to look into the possibility of reopening the cases.

    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/k...-party-will-continue-to-kill-enemies/954375/0
     
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    Content of speech to be examined

    Express News Service
    Kerala | Posted on May 27, 2012 at 10:47am IST

    KOTTAYAM: Home Minister Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan on Saturday said

    that the police would examine the content of the speech made by CPM Idukki district secretary MM Mani.

    When asked how long it would take for the police to act on the matter, he said it was difficult to give a timeframe.

    “We don’t want to jump to conclusions. All aspects of the case would be examined before taking any action,” Thiruvanchoor told ‘Express’.

    Content of speech to be examined - South India - Kerala - ibnlive
     
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    Time for some sane parties to come to power instead of the stupid commies:nod:
     
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    Should he not be behind bars for issuing public confessions and threats like these? Law is weak in this land.
     

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