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BANGALORE: Kerala Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan, on Monday, desisted from commenting on the charge sheet filed by the Karnataka Police against People's Democratic Party chairman Abdul Nasir Maudany in the 2008 Bangalore serial blast case.
At a press conference on the sidelines of the inauguration of the EMS Bhavan here, he said details of the investigation were yet to emerge. “Maudany's situation today and the factual position of the case taken up by the Karnataka Police are yet to emerge. Once it emerges, we can share our view,” he said. Asked if Kerala would cooperate with Karnataka in the case, he said action would be initiated if the Karnataka Police sought any assistance.
Mr. Achuthanandan expressed concern that the new economic policies related to globalisation were promoting a “use-and-throw” culture in the hiring of employees for industries, including in the information technology (IT) sector. He was speaking after inaugurating the EMS Bhavan built in honour of the legendary Communist leader by the A.K. Gopalan Memorial Social Education Trust here.
EMS Bhavan managing trustee G.N. Nagaraj said the building was inaugurated on Monday to mark the 101st birth anniversary of EMS. The 6,000-sq.ft building had been built using Rs.1 crore raised from the working class.
The former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda hailed the intentions of the trust to start socially-oriented courses.
U.R. Anantha Murthy, writer; K. Varadarajan CPI(M) Polit Bureau member; the former Karnataka Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar; G.V. Srirama Reddy, trust member; and N.L. Narendra Babu, MLA; were present.
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