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Tuesday, 16 April 2024 8.38 PM IST

Ranajith's wife starts indefinite strike demanding arrests in husband's death

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Sajini, along with her children, has initiated an indefinite strike in front of the secretariat alleging that the accused have not been taken into custody even two years after Kerala Kaumudi Pathanamthitta Marur agent T Ranjith's death. Sajini filed a complaint with the Deputy Superintendent of Police and the Chief Minister, demanding a thorough investigation.

Ranajith died on April 2, 2022, following a dispute with friends in a WhatsApp group. While undergoing treatment at the medical college, Ranajith informed his wife that two friends had taken him from home and hit him, causing a fatal head injury. The post-mortem report confirmed head injuries, along with bruises on the body. The family contends that the police filed weak cases against the accused. Adoor police registered a case against Vavachan (Anil) and two others. Only Anil was detained for 14 days. Sajini alleges that no action was taken against Anish, who was present during the incident and no thorough investigation was conducted.

Sajini has taken over Ranajith's job as an agent to support her two children. She arrived in Thiruvananthapuram with her ten-year-old son Ayush and six-year-old son Aarav, who underwent heart surgery. Sajini is raising her two children by delivering newspapers and working as a tempo driver. The earnings also go towards further treatment for her elder son. A year ago, Sajini won Rs 1 lakh by participating in a TV program.

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