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Kerala Maoist Encounter : Human rights activist demands judicial probe

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Days after Kerala Police shot down two alleged members of CPI-Maoist,Kuppu Devarajan and Ajitha, at the Nilambur forest region in Malappuram districts. Many evidences were surfacing in the social media which rebuffs the police narrative of an encounter.
Manjeri District Court has ordered police officials not to cremate the bodies of the Maoist till 7pm on Tuesday. The order came after human rights activists and relatives of the murdered approached the court alleging the encounter was fake.
Human rights activists have alleged that the encounter was fake and demanded an independent judicial enquiry in to the matter.
Kerala Police were not ready to give details about the incident. Media were not allowed to visit the encounter site and police selectively released encounter photos.
The post-mortem report revealed 19 bullet injuries on Ajitha’s body and six bullets were recovered. There were 11 wounds on Devarajan’s body.
Human rights activists alleged that the cops could only recover a handgun from the slain Maoist. They also added that the secrecy by the police and state government also arised suspicion.
Meanwhile, a Maoist member called media offices and alleged that the firing was unilateral and those killed were bedridden with ailments.
He said Kuppu Devaraj was bedridden with severe diabetes and Ajitha was suffering from jaundice. Though Devaraj and Ajitha were ready to surrender, Police did not pay heed to them, Mathrubhumi reported.
150 Police personnel including Thunderbolt were on the offensive against 28 Maoists. Though two dead bodies were recovered from the site, police department has neither issued official confirmation nor revealed details about the deceased.


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