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KOCHI: The Kerala High Court on Wednesday directed the central government and the CBI to respond to a petition filed by K K Rema, wife of slain Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP) leader T P Chandrasekheran, seeking a CBI probe into the larger conspiracy behind the murder of her husband.

In her petition, she said that when she approached the UDF government seeking a CBI probe into the murder, the then government had issued a notification transferring the case to the CBI. Despite repeated requests from the petitioner as well as the State government, the CBI refused to take up the case. She even sent a representation to the Prime Minister, but to no avail. The culprits behind the gruesome murder were still at large and investigation in the larger conspiracy angle was at a standstill. According to her, CPI (M) leaders as early as in 2009 had hatched a criminal conspiracy to do away with the petitioner's husband. The SIT had collected call data records of the leaders and the accused persons in the murder case, but no headway had been made by the police in the investigation, she said.

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