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Why are the TP case accused behind the death threat? Says Thiruvanchoor

Thiruvananthapuram: Former Home Minister and Congress leader Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan MLA received a death threat yesterday. The police have registered a case against the MLA following a letter received at her hostel address. The letter threatened to kill his wife and children if he did not leave India within 10 days. Thiruvanchoor said that the revenge of the accused in the TP murder case could be taken immediately after the incident. Now Thiruvanchoor has given an explanation in this regard. The MLA said this in an interview with Manorama.

Police have registered a case

Kottayam West police have registered a case against Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan MLA for sending death threats to his family. The police had visited the MLA’s house the other day and recorded his statement. The case was registered on the basis of a complaint lodged with the Chief Minister on the instructions of the ADGP. Thiruvanchoor said he hoped the state government would investigate.

‘You can understand by reading between the lines’

Responding to a question on whether TP Chandrasekharan murder accused were behind the letter, Thiruvanchoor said that he could understand the same. Defendants had told officers several things during the investigation into the TP Chandrasekharan murder case. Defendants still spoke in terms of people, even if they did one more and went back. Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan said that it was clear from the letter that he wanted to return there.

‘Their Revenge Will Never End’

Thiruvanchoor says that the revenge of the accused in the TP case will never end. According to Manorama, Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan said, “There has never been an investigation into a political murder case like the one in the TP case. Their revenge will never end. The case was investigated in the absence of witnesses.”

People are my protectors

The Congress leader responded that no special protection was needed and that the people were his protectors. The former home minister says there is no point in protecting anyone who plots a conspiracy and there is no cost to it. He said his position was to stand up for justice. He added that various leaders, irrespective of party affiliation, were contacted after receiving the threatening message.