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Monday, 15 April 2024 2.08 AM IST

'Even after death, TP is saying it loudly that red is not the ancestral property of anyone'; Hareesh Peradi in his Facebook post

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Actor Hareesh Peradi has responded to the High Court verdict upholding the sentence of the accused in the TP Chandrasekaran murder case and cancelling the trial court's acquittal of two accused. In his Facebook post, Hareesh wrote that even after death, TP is saying loudly that 'Red' is not the ancestral property of anyone. He also described TP Chandrasekharan as a comrade who rises even after getting hacked severely.

On Monday, the Kerala High Court upheld the verdict of the trial court in the TP Chandrasekharan murder case. The court rejected the plea filed by the accused seeking acquittal in the case. The high court cancelled the act of the trial court acquitting two accused identified as K K Krishnan and Jyothi Babu in the case. The plea was considered by the division bench led by Justice A K Jayasankaran Nambiar and Justice Dr Kauser Edappagath. The court directed all accused to appear in the court on February 26.

Krishnan and Jyothi Babu were acquitted due to lack of evidence. The high court directed the two to appear on February 26th. The punishment for the two will be pronounced on that day.

The high court also upheld the punishment of P K Kunjananthan, who was a member of the CPM Pannur area committee. Kunjananthan died in June 2020 while serving the sentence in the case. Meantime, the court upheld the acquittal of CPM Kozhikode district secretary P Mohanan.

The first five accused and 7th accused were additionally charged with conspiracy. The trial court had earlier dropped the charge of conspiracy against the accused. The court also dropped Vazhappadachi Rafiq's conspiracy charge was dropped.

The division bench had considered the appeal of the prosecution to award the maximum punishment to the accused and the appeal filed by Chandrasekaran's wife KK Rema MLA against the acquittal of P Mohanan and others. The court cancelled the acquittal of Krishnan and Jyothi Babu by partially allowing Rema's appeal. They will face the same punishment as the other accused.

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