Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2018        Go!    
March 18, Sunday 2018 11:38 AM       

       HEADLINES: Two workers killed in accident                                              LPG tanker lorry overturns in Malappuram                                              Congress won’t cower in front of Modi’s arrogance: Sonia Gandhi                                              Stalin supports ‘Dravida Nadu’                                              Bhawana Kanth becomes second Indian woman fighter pilot to go solo                                              Student faces suspension for not taking part in gun violence walkout                                              Pak PM discusses Afghan peace process with US VP                                              Trump re-affirms plan to meet Kim Jong Un                                              Pak to skip WTO meet in New Delhi                                              India advanced in 30 years as much as Britain did in 150: Paul Krugman                                              IPL 2018: Pune to host two play-off matches                                              KP confirms retirement in heartfelt Instagram post                                              All England Open: Sindhu eyes final berth                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       KERALA Next Article: Was Jayarajan behind bringing out album? Grameena Kala Samithy speaks out  
       Saseendran phone call case: Judicial Commission rejects voice test
         Posted on :21:50:11 Nov 13, 2017
       Last edited on:09:44:11 Nov 14, 2017
         Tags: Saseendran phone call case, Judicial Commissi

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Judicial Commission has taken a stand that there is no need for voice test in the sleazy phone call case against former minister A K Saseendran.  

The Commission has rejected the demand that the lab test of Saseendran’s phone calls be made to find out whether it is Saseendran’s voice or not.

Meanwhile, it is known that PS Antony Commission will complete the investigation and submit the report soon
Months ago Thiruvananthapuram Chief Judicial Magistrate court had ordered the police to file a case against the former transport minister based on the complaint of a woman media person.

When the demand was made for lab tests, Saseendran’s stand was that there was no need for the tests. He submitted this in writing before the Commission.

The Commission rejected the demand for lab test, citing that the police were not able to recover the phone used to record the minister’s conversation.

Though unedited audio clip was handed over to the police from a Channel Office, the Commission said that it could not be considered as authentic evidence.

Meanwhile, the NCP leadership has clarified that if Saseendran gets acquitted in the phone call case, Thomas Chandy will resign as minister.

Next Article: Was Jayarajan behind bringing out album? Grameena Kala Samithy speaks out
LPG tanker lorry overturns in Malappuram  
Toll in Theni forest fire touches 17  
Two workers killed in accident  
Death threat on P Jayarajan: Police report  
Jackfruit to be Kerala's state fruit from March 21  
Shaun George’s complaint can’t be probed: DGP  
Two dies, several injured after bus-lorry collision in Ottapalam  
Greenfield to host yet another international cricket match!  
Pvt hospital employees wage: Right decision would be taken, says chairman  
Govindachammy to join BJP: Complaint against those who spread fake news  
Land dealing: Pastoral Concil will convene a special meeting  
HC has no authority to intervene in Solar report: Govt  
I haven’t misbehaved with Nisha: Shaun George  
Pastoral Council: Victory for anti-Cardinal group, Alancherry criticised  
Chengannur election: BJP leaders visit Mani  
Navy helicopter makes emergency landing on Alappuzha paddy field  
Book controversy: Shaun George to lodge complaint  
Smooth delivery for Adivasi woman in KSRTC bus  
Liquor shop being opened under duress: Thamarassery Bishop  
M B Rajesh clarifies why UP people’s representatives wore red cap  
Three Malayalis die in Velankanni vehicle accident  
Beating Holi revellers: Case against college staff  
Remission of sentence of political killing: Relative’s consent should be sought, says Governor  
School youth festival: Award for Kerala Kaumudi, Kerala Kaumudi online  
KSRTC bus accident: Three from family die  
Do you think controversies are now being used as business tools?
don't opinion
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy