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Friday, 24 May 2024 1.00 PM IST

Riyaz Moulavi murder case verdict; Kerala Police to crack down on hate propaganda

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In the wake of Riyaz Moulavi's murder case, Kerala Police will take strict action against those spreading and sharing hate propaganda on social media. A 24-hour cyber patrol will be conducted to detect such messages, as announced through the official Facebook page.

Today, the verdict in the tragic Riyaz Maulavi murder case was released. The court acquitted the three accused, who are RSS workers, in the case: Ajesh, Nithin Kumar and Akhilesh. The order comes from the Kasaragod District Principal Sessions Court. Madrasa teacher Riyaz Maulvi was killed on March 20, 2017. The conspiracy in the case should be revealed, and the verdict should be appealed.

The action committee has stated that they will consider the matter and decide. The prosecution also responded, expressing disappointment with the court verdict. Riyaz Moulvi's wife burst into tears after hearing the verdict. He was killed inside the Choori mosque in Kasaragod. Ajesh, Nithin Kumar and Akhilesh, natives of Kasaragod, were arrested by the Special Investigation Team. Since their arrest in the case, the accused have been in jail. They were not granted bail because the charge sheet was filed within 90 days of the incident.

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