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         Posted on :17:42:05 Mar 14, 2018
   
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: KPCC president M M Hassan has said the government gave appeal in the high court division bench in Shuhaib murder case in order to protect the real culprits. He also hopes that the final verdict of the high court will be in favour of Shuhaib’s parents.

Hassan was reacting to the stay granted by the Division bench on the Single bench order that handed over the case to the CBI.  “Appointing Supreme Court advocates to argue the case for the accused by spending government money was done with the intention to protect the real culprits. This is the government that protects killers. This is the 42nd bruise inflicted on Shuhaib, who had 41 hack marks on his body,” he alleged.

Meanwhile, Congress political affairs committee member K Sudhakaran said that temporary stay by the high court will not be a setback for the CBI.   

“The division bench will remove the stay once the trial starts. A CBI inquiry is essential in the case since four officials from the investigation team were removed from the special duty. The conspiracy behind the murder should be inquired,” Sudhakaran demanded in Kannur.

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