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         Posted on :14:38:47 Mar 13, 2018
       Last edited on:14:54:25 Mar 13, 2018
         Tags: Kathiroor Manoj murder, Court, Jayarajan, arg

KOCHI: The high court has rejected the petition moved by Kathiroor Manoj murder case accused including CPM leader P Jayarajan, seeking more time for the conduct of trial. The CBI had booked them under UAPA.  Justice Kamal Pasha said that the case would be concluded by tomorrow.

The additional solicitor general, who represented the Central government, argued that the Central-State governments had the right to invoke UAPA against accused. The court said it was ridiculous for the CBI to wait for the State government’s permission. It observed that there was no need for the CBI too wait for State government’s permission. As the counsel of the accused asked for more time for trial, the hearing of the petition was posted for Wednesday.

Accused including Jayarajan had given the petition against invoking UAPA in the supplementary petition against them. They argued that UAPA was invoked without the permission of the State government. They argued that the CBI had breached the rule that the State government’s permissions needed for applying UAPA.
 Meanwhile, the government argued that it had formed in 2009 a committee with law secretary as the chairman and home secretary and Intelligence IG as its members. In the above case, CBI had not got permission from the committee.

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