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Posted on Dec 17, 09:37PM | UNI
The People's Democratic Party (PDP) in Kerala today urged the Kerala government to dispatch a ministerial delegation to Karnataka to ensure 'justice,' to its Chairman Abdul Nasser Madani, languishing in Bangalore jail for about two years.
Talking to reporters here, General Secretary Nissar Methar said the visit of the ministerial delegation was necessary to prevail upon the neighboring government in the wake of various political and other organisations demanding in unison bail for the ailing leader.
The PDP leaders would stage a fast before the Kerala State Assembly on December 19 demanding intervention of the House to press the issue, he said.
Former Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee President K Muraleedharan, MLA will inaugurate the stir at 1000 hrs.
Senior leaders, representing different political parties, P Sreerama Krishnan, C Divakaran, Mathew T Thomas, A A Aziz, Abdu Rehman Randathani, all MLAs, Kadannappalli Ramachandran, C P John, among others would talk, he added.
Madani, released after more than a decade of incarceration without trial in connection with the Coimbatore serial blasts, was again arrested suspecting his role in the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore explosion, two years ago.