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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government will ask the Centre to re-examine the CBI’s stance of not taking up the case of the custodial death of Neyyattinkara native Sreejiv.

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has instructed the chief secretary to write a letter asking the same to the Union Personal Ministry.

Sreejiv’s brother Sreejith has been observing a hunger strike in the front of the Secretariat seeking a CBI probe in the death of his brother since 764 days. The CMO has informed that the government has a sympathetic approach to Sreejith.

The CMO had earlier informed that the CBI has refused to take up the case as it is not rarest of the rare, even after the government approached them demanding the same. The CMO has clarified that they have done all that is possible as requested by Sreejith and now the only way ahead of him is to approach the CBI via court.

Sreejith has also said that he would continue with his hunger strike until the CBI agrees to take up the case.

Meanwhile, political leaders have started visiting Sreejith as his protest started gaining attention in social media. Earlier the day, opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala visited Sreejith and offered him all legal help. He was followed by Yuva Morcha state president Prakash Babu who has started a hunger strike with Sreejith. Also, DYFI leaders A A Rahim and I Saju, and I P Binu also visited him and offered to help him with all legal aide.

The social media took up Sreejith’s case about two days before, and the hash tag ‘justice delayed is justice denied’ is trending in the social media. The members of the Facebook community are trying their best to bring more people to join the cause of Sreejith.

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