Chandy said he will seek justice for the jailed Muslim leader.
"There can be no rationale for keeping a person in jail without a trial. We will take up this issue with the Karnataka government. Maudany should get the same treatment that any Indian citizen gets," Chandy told reporters after his meeting with leaders of Maudany's Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Maudany is in custody in Karnataka since August 2010 for his alleged involvement in the 2008 Bangalore bomb blasts.
In March, Maudany secured parole for a few days to attend his daughter's wedding. He returned to Bangalore to the jail where he is now being kept.
Party leaders here expressed hope that with the change of the state government in Karnataka, Maudany can look forward to a speedy trial.
--IANS (Posted on 04-09-2013)