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       Hartal: Chennithala should explain, says HC
 
         Posted on :16:20:23 Oct 12, 2017
   
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         Tags: Hartal, Chennithala, HC
 
KOCHI: Kerala high court has sent notice to Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala, seeking his explanation on UDF hartal on October 16 against the policies of Central-State governments.
 
The court made this instruction while considering the petition, questioning the decision of the UDF to hold hartal.
 
“When hartals are declared, people develop fear and anxiety. The government has the obligation to allay the fears and anxiety of people caused by hartals that curtail their freedom of movement. It is the responsibility of the government to ensure the security of people with the coordination of various departments. The Supreme Court has issued guidelines to be followed while hartal is observed. Steps should be taken to get that information to the public via media,” the court said. 
 
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KERALA HEADLINES
Woman flight traveller’s outburst at Kannamthanam  
Revenue official was transferred not to settle scores: Chandrasekharan  
CPI bans K E Ismail from attending LDF meetings  
Actress attack case: Charge sheet filed; Dileep made eighth accused  
Return of Saseendran: Decision by next week  
Media was not blocked at Secretariat: CM  
Hadiya case: SC refuses urgent hearing for in-camera proceedings  
Govt to ask centre to ban Mangalam channel, says CM  
Chargesheet against Dileep with Manju as witness to be filed today  
People will block Left Front’s move to show off might: Suresh Gopi  
Puducherry registration: Fahadh Faasil pay up Rs 18 lakh as tax  
Dog strays into house premise, bites child  
Kerala 'love jihad': Hadiya's father moves fresh plea seeking in-camera proceedings  
Mayor stamped me: BJP councillor  
Kerala HC orders to screen ‘S Durga’ at IFFI  
Dileep trying to sabotage case: Prosecution  
HC to consider petition seeking to remove Pinarayi as CM on Nov 30  
Even CPM members aren’t safe under Pinarayi govt: Chennithala  
Pvt channel ‘trapped’ Saseendran: Judicial Commission  
15-year old girl dressed as boy caught trying to reach Sabarimala  
No problem in Saseendran becoming minister again if acquitted: NCP  
Dileep gets permission to visit Dubai  
Surveillance drone crashes in Kochi  
Media have become victims of commercial interests: Justice Antony Commission  
No need of any ominous thoughts: A K Saseendran  
 
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