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Inaugurating the meeting, the Hindu Aikya Vedi State general secretary, Kummanam Rajasekharan, said that both the fronts were under the control of `communal lunatics'. They were toying with the life of people for political gain, he said.
He said the Government would be solely responsible if anything untoward happened during the rehabilitation process. Reiterating the demand for a CBI probe, he said that even Muslims at Marad were not against such a probe. ``It is people outside Marad who are opposing a CBI probe,'' he said. All the people at Marad wanted to know the truth behind the violence, he said.
Stir to be intensified: Mr. Rajasekharan said that the agitation by various Hindu organisations would be intensified soon.
He said the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), National Commission for SC\ST, National Commission for Backward Classes and National Commission for Women, had been asked to intervene to find a solution to the crisis.
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