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         Posted on :16:20:23 Oct 12, 2017
   
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KOCHI: Kerala high court has sent notice to Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala, seeking his explanation on UDF hartal on October 16 against the policies of Central-State governments.
 
The court made this instruction while considering the petition, questioning the decision of the UDF to hold hartal.
 
“When hartals are declared, people develop fear and anxiety. The government has the obligation to allay the fears and anxiety of people caused by hartals that curtail their freedom of movement. It is the responsibility of the government to ensure the security of people with the coordination of various departments. The Supreme Court has issued guidelines to be followed while hartal is observed. Steps should be taken to get that information to the public via media,” the court said. 
 
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Minister K T Jaleel reveals family secret before Kudumbasree women  
Ants found eating new-born baby at Kalamassery Medical College  
Man who jumped into lion’s cage rescued  
CPM men allegedly beat up Congress men for raising relief fund for Shuhaib’s family  
HC disqualifies Consumerfed MD  
SC stays action against ‘Oru Addar Love’ song  
UDF boycotts peace meet in Kannur  
RMP protests in Delhi  
CAG can examine Vizhinjam port agreement, govt to apprise HC  
Acid attack against school teacher in Thiruvananthapuram  
Valuables of passengers go missing at Karipur airport  
Keralite girl stabbed to death by jilted lover in Karnataka  
There’s only one Facebook page in my name, rest are fake: Manju Warrier  
Pvt bus strike: KSRTC gains record collection  
Pvt bus strike: Joint strike committee disbanded  
‘Author of bomb politics’ protesting against political killing: P Jayarajan  
Dean Kuriakose’s hunger strike extended indefinitely  
I’m Muslim and wish to remain one: Hadiya tells SC  
Renowned writer K Panoor passes away  
Inauguration of distribution of delayed KSRTC pension ludicrous: Chennithala  
KSRTC, cooperative societies will not collapse, says CM  
Shuhaib murder: Police have identified vehicles used for murder  
Health dept to be split into two, cabinet approves draft policy  
All orphanages should be registered: SC  
Principal of Trinity College removed  
 
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