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Resign, KSU tells Kunhalikutty

By Our Staff Reporter

KOCHI, DEC. 2. The State president of the Kerala Students Union, (KSU), P.C. Vishnu Nath, has demanded that the Industries Minister, P.K. Kunhalikutty, resign on `dharmic' grounds.

People occupying public positions should not wait for the court's orders. They should abide as per the wishes of the people. If need be, a re-investigation should be held on the issue. The attempts made by the LDF Ministry to cover up the case should be found out, he said at a press conference here today.

March by KSU

The district committee of the KSU took out a march to the office of the City Police Commissioner, demanding a comprehensive probe into the death of Soumya Vasudevan, a student of the Government Law College.

The march, which began from the Law College, was stopped by the police in front of the Commissioner's office and the dharna that followed was inaugurated by P.C. Vishnu Nath, State president of the KSU.

Haibi Eden, district president of the KSU, presided. K.P. Dhanapalan, DCC president, Abdul Muthalib, DCC secretary, Manoj Moothedan, State general secretary of the KSU and Mohammed Shiyaz, State treasurer, spoke.

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