Court remands two prime accused in judicial custody | Thiruvananthapuram News

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Thiruvananthapuram: Two primary detained from the murder of 2 DYFI activists in Venjaramoodu were remanded in judicial custody by a local courtroom here on Wednesday.
Sajeev (35) of both Maruthammoodu and Sanal (32), of Madapuram, were detained on Tuesday. Five other people who were arrested on Tuesday in connection with the case were remanded in judicial custody the identical day.
From the remand report filed prior to the court Wednesday, the authorities stated that Sajeev and Sanal conspired together with another accused in the case and hatched a plan to murder Mithilaj (30) and also Haq Muhammed (24) over governmental and personal competition.
The accused fulfilled in a farmhouse owned by one Shafi in Thembamoodu, in which they hatched the murder program.
“We’ve not yet obtained any evidence to implicate Shafi from the scenario,” explained Venjaramoodu station-house officer inspector V K Vijayaraghavan, the research officer in the circumstance.
He explained that the accused often utilized to fulfill in the farmhouse and held booze parties .
Meanwhile, a panchayat member of Congress was reported missing from his house since past 3 days sparking rumours he had been involved in the assault to the DYFI activists. But he afterwards turned up ahead of the press and claimed he had gone to see his relatives.
Vijayaraghavan said though there was prima facie no evidence to connect the panchayat member into the offense, authorities could still muster him to document his statement.
So far, the authorities have arrested seven individuals in relation to the situation. Authorities said they are searching two others too.
The authorities are keeping a tight vigil equally in the coastal area in addition to from town as scenario continued to remain stressed in politically sensitive regions.
In Venjarammoodu and Vembayam areas, authorities have reverted particular teams to patrol roads and residential locations. A deputy superintendent of police and four inspectors are deputed here for top patrolling duties.
Meanwhile, an act of violence has been reported at town limitations on Tuesday night after unidentified assailants pelted stones in the home of a Youth Congress activist in Poonthura. The regional authorities have registered a case and started a probe.
Mithilaj and Haq Muhammed of the CPM’s youth wing proved fatally assaulted with sharp edged weapons late-night on August 30.

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