CPI(M) member Vijayan demands reinvestigation of Suryaneli sex scandal
Kannur, Kerala, Feb 2 : CPI(M) state unit secretary Pinarayi Vijayan has demanded that state government should re-investigate the Suryaneli sex scandal case following new disclosures.
Talking to mediapersons on the sidelines of a function at Chal near Azhikode, Mr Vijayan alleged that the UDF government was making negative response for the demand of reinvestigation and this is not correct. The government duty is to re-investigate, when the new disclosures were coming to the fore, Mr Pinarayi added.
He said UDF and Congress had earlier taken a political stance in this case to protect some people from the beginning of this case and this is wrong. If any new evidence is received in the criminal cases, it should be re-investigated because that is the government duty.
Mr Pinarayi said Congress had taken the policy of destroying the democratic set up followed by the state.
He warned that communal organisations' leaders should do their job in their organisations and not interfere in political parties affairs , otherwise the communal balancing situation of the state would be damaged.
He pointed out that communal organisations never try to take policy of making communal enemies and some Hindu organizations were trying to join together in the name of religion which would lead to minority enmity against the majority people.
Mr Pinarayi called that all the secularist thinking people would join together and the people and the LDF would never cooperate with the communal organisations.
Mr Pinarayi inaugurated the AKG memorial building at Chal near Azhikode today.