Friday, December 12, 2008

CPM and Killiroor sex case

K. Suresh Kumar, an IAS officer and a former official in the office of Achuthanandan told the media that the two officials in the chief minister's office were hiding a sensitive file related to Killiroor sex case. The Killiroor sex case pertains to the death of teenager Shari who died in mysterious circumstances in a private hospital in Kottayam in 2004.

Achuthanandan, who was then leader of the opposition, had said that according to the doctors the victim's health deteriorated after a VIP visited her. Shari's father Surendran later alleged that the VIP who Achuthanandan referred to was Sreemathi.

Chief Judicial Magistrate Phillip Thomas hearing a petition from N. Nagaraj directed the police to register a case against Sreemathi and two officials in Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan's office over allegedly hiding a file containing information about the case. The six people named to be investigated include Sreemathi, private secretary to Achuthanandan S. Rajendran, political secretary to Achuthanandan K.N. Balagopal, the children of two state ministers and Latha Nair, an accused in the case.

And surprise of all, Look who has come out in support!

The All India Democratic Women's Association, AIDWA whyich claims to "works for women's rights and for their education, employment and status" instead of supporting the law to bring culprits to book has asked the Chief Justice of India K.G. Balakrishnan, to inquire into the manner in which the Chief Judicial Magistrate Phillip Thomas asked the police to file a case against Kerala Health Minister P.K. Sreemathi.



Civil war in Kerala CPM

From a chief minister who came to power riding on a huge popular mandate of the people, VS Achuthanandan today cuts a sorry figure in Kerala. While his own secretaries have questioned his functioning, the opposite camp in the CPM is gearing up to bring him down.

After the Kerala state unit leadership and the bureaucracy, it was the turn of the chief minister’s  personal staff, both CPM state  committee members, to petition against V S Achuthanandan’s administrative inadequacies.

At a meeting of the CPM state committee at Thiruvananthapuram on Saturday, private secretary to the chief minister S Rajendran and VS’ political secretary K N Balagopal, came out against the functioning of the chief minister. They alleged that the actions of the chief minister are being dictated by a coterie. Some participants at the meeting went to the extent of seeking his removal from the post.


Boycott American MNC's: CPM

                                              CPM leaders

Sitaram Yechuri politburo member of the CPM says

"Coca-Cola is also a political product of the America's global success and domination, so on anything that people will turn to be anti-American, Coke will be the first symbol."