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         Posted on :09:28:50 Jan 14, 2018
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ALAPPUZHA: Terming the rift among the top judges of the Supreme Court unprecedented, CPI (M) state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan has demanded a detailed probe into the death of former CBI judge B H Loya. He was inaugurating the three-day district meet of the party at Kayamkulam on Saturday. “The judges’ outburst was triggered by the allocation of the bench on Justice Loya death case. Loya was found dead in mysterious circumstances. The concerns raised by the Supreme Court judges over the Loya case should be probed,” Mr. Balakrishnan said. CPI (M) leaders V S Achuthanandan, G Sudhakaran, and Vaikom Viswan, attended the opening day of the meet.

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