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Saturday, 23 September 2023 3.48 AM IST

Rampage during lightning strike, assets of PFI Leaders confiscated; action after the criticism from high court

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In the case regarding violence caused during Popular Front strike, the assets of leaders including former PFI Kerala general secretary Abdul Sathar has been confiscated. Abdul Sathar's house and property in Karunagappalli were confiscated by the team led by Shibu, Tahsildar of Karunagappalli. The action was based on the order issued by the land revenue commissioner.

Taking into account the criticisms made by high court, the land revenue commissioner had sent an official letter to the district collector. Based on this the assets of the defendant in the districts of Thrissur, Wayanad, Kasarkode, Thiruvananthapuram, Kottayam, Kollam, and Ernakulam are being confiscated.

In Kunnumkulam the houses of 5 leaders were confiscated. The case is on destruction of public property during hartal. The formalities were completed by revenue officials. 14 locations in Wayanad had to go through the formalities. Properties belonging to 4 individuals were confiscated at Kanhangad. 5 PFI leaders from the taluks of Kattakada, Varkala, and Neyyattinkara are facing action in Thiruvananthapuram. Assets of 5 leaders were confiscated in Kottayam district. 3 people from Erattupetta village of Meenachil thaluk and one each from Kanjirappally and Changanassery had to face action. 3 properties were attached in Aluva.
487 cases were registered regarding the ruckus. 1992 people were arrested. Government had updated the high court that 687 people were kept under preventive detention. The hartal was on 23rd September 2022.

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