The Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI), the youth wing of the ruling CPI(M), on Friday lashed out on the Congress social gathering for allegedly permitting Nikhil Paily, the prime accused within the Dheeraj Rajendran homicide case, to be part of its ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra. DYFI state Secretary V Okay Sanoj stated the Congress allowed Paily to be part of the foot march to insult the household of 21-year outdated Rajendran, who was stabbed to loss of life on January 10 on the Idukki Engineering School allegedly by KSU activists together with Paily.
“The Congress social gathering has been insulting the household of Dheeraj for a while. The primary accused within the Dheeraj homicide case Nikhil Paily, who’s at present on bail was made a part of the foot march is one other means of insulting Dheeraj’s household,” Sanoj stated in an announcement. He requested Congress chief Rahul Gandhi whether or not the foot march was to create acceptance to the homicide accused.
“The Congress management and Rahul Gandhi ought to clarify what message they had been making an attempt to ship out by permitting a felony, who murdered a scholar activist, to change into part of the Bharat Jodo Yatra,” the DYFI stated. Paily joined the foot march not too long ago and had shared his footage through the Yatra on social media.
Kerala Pradesh Mahila Congress state secretary Bindhu Chandra V had additionally shared an image of hers with Paily as a part of the Yatra. Nonetheless, the Congress management was but to react to the criticism by DYFI. Dheeraj Rajendran, an activist of its scholar wing SFI, was stabbed to loss of life on January 10 at Idukki Engineering school allegedly by KSU activists.
Paily, a district-level chief of the Youth Congress and Jerin Jijo had been arrested for stabbing Rajendran, a scholar of the faculty, to loss of life. Two different college students, Abjijith and Amal, had been additionally critically injured within the assault.
Within the FIR, the police have talked about that the homicide befell attributable to political rivalry.