Jayakrishnan Master Murder: Central Agencies Must Start Probing, Says Sreedharan Pillai
BJP leader PS Sreedharan Pillai has categorically stated that the probe into the murder of KT Jayakrishnan must now be taken care of by a central investigation team. He said that no further probe has been undertaken inspite of the court confirming that the case has been usurped. He has also demanded a reasonable reply from both LDF and UDF governments regarding the matter. Sreedharan Pillai also alleged that there is a group of police officers, who at the behest of political bigwigs topple various criminal cases.
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Gandhiji's visit to a Sangh camp in Wardha in 1934.
The camp was attended by over, 1,500 Swayamsevaks, all put up in barracks and tents. Just nearby was Gandhiji’s ashram. Seeing the camp humming with the activities of several hundreds of young men, he desired to visit it. Accordingly, our Wardha District Sanghchalak, who was formerly Secretary of the Provincial Congress Committee, welcomed Gandhiji to the camp. Gandhiji came and saw all the arrangements for residence, mess, etc., in the camp. Then he enquired, “How many Harijans are here?” Our Sanghchalak replied, “I do not know, for I have never enquired.” “You can enquire at least now and tell me.” “That I cannot do. As far as we are concerned they are all Hindus and that is sufficient for us.” “Then shall I ask?” “That is left to you”, replied our Sanghachalak. After making persistent enquiries directly with the Swayamsevaks Gandhiji came to know that there were persons from all castes, including Harijans, carrying on all the camp programmes together, right from eating to playing, in a spirit of joy and harmony, without even being conscious of their castes. He was simply amazed.