2014 Assembly ruckus case: Former LDF MLAs demand further probe


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Bijimol,Geetha Gopi | Photo: Mathrubhumi

Thiruvananthapuram: Former MLAs ES Bijimol and Geetha Gopi have approached the Thiruvananthapuram CJM court demanding further investigation into the 2014 Assembly ruckus case.

They have submitted individual pleas stating their demand. The former MLAs after going through the chargesheet, claimed it to be faulty, and said they spotted several irregularities in it.

The CPI leaders claimed that they were injured in the scuffle with UDF MLAs. The medical proofs are incorporated in the chargesheet.

They expressed their protest over not including them as witnesses in the case. The court has decided to consider their pleas on May 29.

The case pertains to a protest by the then opposition MLAs, now the ruling party, who had barged into the Speaker's podium and destroyed computers and chairs. The then opposition, LDF, had created a ruckus trying to stop the speech of then Kerala Finance Minister KM Mani of the UDF government, who they alleged had taken a bribe for granting bar licences.

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