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KOCHI: The government has informed the high court that there is no need for a CBI probe into the conspiracy case related to the murder of Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP) leader T P Chandrasekharan.

“In two similar complaints, the investigation had been completed earlier. In the case registered in 2012 by Chembala police, the accused could not be proved to be guilty. Under these circumstances, there is no need for a CBI inquiry,” the government told the court on Wednesday.

The government made this submission in response to a petition filed by T P’s wife K K Rema, seeking a CBI inquiry.
Meanwhile, Rema alleged that the government was against a CBI inquiry, as they feared for Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan getting trapped in the case.

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