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KOCHI:  CPI (M) state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has demanded action against those responsible for the death of a Varappuzha youth following alleged custodial torture. Addressing the media here, Kodiyeri said custodial deaths were unacceptable. “It was in Kerala that the least number of custodial deaths was reported. Those found guilty in the case shall be punished,” he added.

Kodiyeri expressed anguish over the use of the National Flag during a rally taken out in Kathua after alleged the rape and murder of a child. “It was after Muhamad Yousuf Tarigami, the CPI (M) legislator in the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, brought a calling attention motion on the floor of the House that a Crime Branch investigation was announced,” he said. The hartal calls issued in the backdrop of the Kathua incident will also widen communal divide in the State. Those who gave such calls had communal agenda in their minds. Such unwarranted agitations will weaken democratic agitations, Kodiyeri said.

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