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Woman lodges complaint against CPM workers for locking family in house, demolishing wall and gate to widen road

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KANNUR: A woman has raised a complaint that the compound wall and gate of her house were demolished with an excavator during nighttime after not giving up land to widen the road. The incident took place at Kannur's Mangattam. It is alleged that the house was locked with the family members inside and the wall was demolished under the leadership of CPM workers. The police registered a case and launched a probe into the complaint filed by Hajira of Koolikadavu.

Hajira's house is on the road to Koolikadavu in Mangattidam panchayat, where is road is being renovated. In her complaint, she claims that the aggression was after she didn't give up her land for this purpose. The family members said that they woke up in the middle of the night hearing the sound of the excavator but could not get out.

As per Hajira's complaint, all three grills in the house were locked with a piece of rod. Even the grill above their well was removed and all exits were closed. The wall and gate were destroyed. Hajira stated that land had already been allotted to widen the road, so more land could not be given. She also alleged that the CPM workers threatened her for this.

Koothuparamba police have registered a case against some unidentified people. At the same time, the CPM admits that the party had intervened and discussed the road issue with Hajira. However, the explanation is that the party has no role in the violence.

Kudumbashree Hotel entrepreneurs of Pathanamthitta also came forward with a complaint against the CPM the other day. The complaint is that entrepreneurs were evicted from the DTPC building in Malayalapuzha in Pathanamthitta after not subscribing to the CPM mouthpiece. However, DTPC rejected their allegations.

The local CPM leadership demanded that all the six women hotel employees should subscribe to the newspaper. However, the Kudumbashree Hotel entrepreneurs, who had been working for ten years, didn't accept this, following which they were removed and contracts were given to new people. Women entrepreneurs allege that this is politically motivated.

However, DTPC's said that a tender was legally called and given to other people as there was a problem with the audit for awarding the contract to the same entrepreneurs for ten years.

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