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PATHANAMTHITTA: Famous lyricist Vayalar Sarath Chandra Varma, who had gone to forest land at Ponthenppuzha with documents (Pattayam), claiming that the land belonged to him, was blocked by locals and the protest committee there.

He arrived at the place and argued that he had ‘pattayam’ for the forest land that he inherited from his parents. Five persons who reached the spot included Sharat Chandra Varma and brother-in-law Prasad Varma.

The police, who reached the spot, shifted Sharath Chandra Varma to the police station. Strikers and locals didn’t allow Varma to get out of his car and they also detained others accompanying him, at the strike pandal.
 

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