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         Posted on :18:37:53 Mar 7, 2018
       Last edited on:18:37:53 Mar 7, 2018
         Tags: Cong MLA Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan, tear ga

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: People inside Kerala Legislative Assembly were in for a surprise on Wednesday when Congress MLA Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan arrived with a used tear gas shell.

Brandishing it to the Speaker of the House, the Congress MLA said the grenades used to disburse Youth Congress protesters last week were beyond its expiry date, and that the police is still using them.

"This is police raj. Even the tear gas shells used by police to disperse youth protesters are beyond expiry dates. This will result in huge health problems," he said.

This created huge shouting in the Assembly as Left Democratic Front (LDF) legislators said that members were not supposed to bring fire arms inside the House. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan also intervened. He said that it would have been a danger if it was a live grenade. Thiruvanchoor later handed over the grenade to Assembly officials.

Speaker P Sree Ramakrishnnan said that he would look into the issue and if Thiruvanchoor had breached the code of conduct inside the Assembly.

On February 26, police fired tear gas shells after protesters who had gathered outside the Kerala secretariat hurled stones and bottles at the police. The protest was against the murder of Youth Congress worker Shuhaib.

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