Controversial senior CPI-M leader MM Mani has been re-elected to the key organisational post.
Kerala HC ordered that former CPI(M) Idukki district secretary M M Mani can enter the district after August 20.
Kerala High Court on Thursday granted bail with stringent conditions to former CPI-M functionary M M Mani.
A local court on Monday rejected the bail plea of senior CPI(M) leader MM Mani, arrested in connection with a three-decade-old political murder case.
MM Mani was arrested and remanded to judicial custody yesterday for rejecting the police notice to undergo brain mapping in connection with a political murder case.
Senior CPI-M leader MM Mani was Wednesday arrested for declining to turn up for a polygraph test as part of the probe in connection with his controversial speech.
The Kerala Police on Wednesday served notice on Communist Party of India-Marxist`s (CPI-M) former Idukki district secretary MM Mani.
Mani`s denial came a day after Malayalam television channels aired an audio of the speech purportedly made by him at a public meeting at Pathammile last week.
Mani turned up before investigators, who grilled him for five hours over his controversial speech that the party had in the past eliminated its foes.
CPI (M) leader MM Mani on Wednesday appeared before the state police for questioning in connection with his controversial speech that the party had in the past eliminated its enemies.
Communist Party of India-Marxist former district secretary MM Mani failed to appear before police here for questioning, and the police team probing him made it clear that the law would take its course.
CPI(M) leader M M Mani, facing criminal charges over his controversial speech that the party had in the past eliminated its foes, has once again failed to appear before police for questioning.
Police registered one more case against former CPI(M) Idukki district secretary MM Mani in connection with the murder of a congress worker.
State Committee member MV
Jayarajan asked party workers to store water mixed with chilli powder to counter police if they continued to `harass` them under the pretext of probe.
Mani, facing criminal charges for his controversial speech, failed to comply with police summons to appear before investigators.
Mani triggered a storm when he claimed that the Communist Party of India-Marxist had murdered four critics one by one, presumably in the 1980s.
CPI-M state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday night termed as illegal the Kerala government`s decision to register a case against MM Mani for his controversial speech.
CPI(M)`s district secretary MM Mani stated that the party had eliminated some of its political foes in the past.
Despite facing criminal charges for his controversial speech MM Mani on Sunday ruled out resigning from the organisational post.
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