Friday, June 18, 2010

PDP plea for medical aid to Maudany

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) working chairman Poonthura Siraj has urged the State government to send a medical team to Anvarassery in Kollam to examine party chairman Abdul Nasir Maudany.

Mr. Siraj told reporters here on Friday that Mr. Maudany, suffering from various ailments, was in a precarious condition and needed urgent medical care. The Health Minister should depute a team of doctors to review his condition at the earliest. The party would not recourse to any agitation that would disrupt peace in the State, he said.

The charges levelled against Mr. Maudany in connection with the Bangalore blasts case were nothing but a repetition of the events that culminated in his arrest in the Coimbatore blast case. After his release from a Coimbatore jail, Mr. Maudanys movements were being closely monitored by the State police and he never had a chance to conspire with anyone. The party was confident of proving Mr. Maudanys innocence in the court, he said.

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