Attempt to divert attention from notice against him in CPM defense over gold smuggling: K Surendran

Kozhikode, First Published Jul 3, 2021, 1:22 PM IST

Kozhikode: K Surendran said that the move behind the crime branch notice against him was to divert attention from the CPM leaders’ defense in the gold smuggling case. It has not been decided when to attend. There is no law requiring you to appear on the day stated in the notice. K Surendran Kozhikode said that the state office bearers’ meeting has decided on Tuesday

The BJP state president alleged that the Kitex Group’s withdrawal from its planned investment in Kerala was due to retaliation by the state government. The government has a vengeful attitude towards all those who are not interested in them. Only one third of Kovid deaths are reported in Kerala. Kovid’s benefits are provided by the Modi government at the Center. It is said that Kerala is number one by hiding the figures. He also demanded that the central team conduct a detailed inquiry into the matter.

Arjun Ayanki’s statement on gold smuggling will put the CPM on the defensive. The Kodakara case is being used as a weapon to overcome this. That is why he was given notice. The case will be dealt with legally and politically. The witness was asked to appear to record his statement. Surendran said he was not required to appear on Tuesday and did not say he would not co-operate with the probe.

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Last Updated Jul 3, 2021, 1:22 PM IST

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