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Friday, 12 April 2024 3.51 PM IST

Drove car into Goa Governor's convoy; police refuse to register case after learning that car was driven by son of CPM district secretary

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KOZHIKODE: A controversy has broken out as the police did not register a case in the incident where a car was driven into the convoy of Goa Governor PS Sreedharan Pillai. It was Julius Nikithas, the son of CPM Kozhikode district secretary P Mohanan and former MLA KK Lathika, who drove his car into the Governor's convoy.

The incident took place near the Mofussil stand in Kozhikode on Sunday. Sreedharan Pillai was travelling to his home from the Edathodi Krishnan Memorial Hall on Beypore BC Road after attending a program. As soon as the Governor's vehicle with Z category security passed, Julius's vehicle got behind it. When the security personnel stopped the car, Julius yelled at them. Although the police told Julius to move the car back, he refused to do so. Following this, the security personnel asked the police to take him into custody. The security guards then reversed Julius's car and carried on with their journey.

The police learned that Julius was the son of the CPM district secretary only after taking him to the police station and questioning him. Following this, they released him after collecting a fine of Rs 1000. No case was registered against the youth.

It is reported that on the day of the incident, the Special Branch had submitted a report to Police Commissioner Rajpal Meena that the car entering the Governor's convoy was a security breach. Meanwhile, the BJP has demanded that a case should be filed against Julius.

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TAGS: GOA GOVERNOR CONVOY, PS SREEDHARAN PILLAI, CPM DISTRICT SECRETARY SON, CPM KOZHIKODE DISTRICT SECRETARY, JULIUS NIKITHAS
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