Bank account of SDPI central committee frozen for giving money to accused in Sreenivasan murder case

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New Delhi: The bank account of the central committee of the Social Democratic Party of India has been frozen for transferring money to an accused in the Sreenivasan murder case.

The decision was taken based on the report filed by the investigation team. Abdul Rasheed, the 13th accused in the Palakkad murder case, received money from the account in the Canara Bank, the team found.

Police have submitted the chargesheet in the murder of RSS worker Sreenivasan. It said that the murder was a retailiation of the murder of SDPI worker Subair in Elapully. 26 SDPI workers are named in the chargesheet, including a fire force officer. Out of them, 25 were arrested.

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Sreenivasan was killed on April 16, 2022, the next day Subair was murdered.

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