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"A meeting of the RSP's United Trade Union Congress was going on at the guest house from 7 pm. A guest house staff told us to vacate as minister Kurien was coming,'' said Achankunju.
Former ADGP Siby Mathews, who had probed the case, said, "Kurien was not made an accused for want of sufficient evidence. Let a new team probe and find evidence."
Issue disrupts Kerala Assembly
Opposition LDF on Thursday forced adjournment of the Kerala Assembly over "police excess" against women MLAs demanding re-investigation of charges against P J Kurien in the Suryanelli gangrape case. Rejecting the state government's stand on the issue, opposition legislators rushed to the well of the House, forcing Speaker G Karthikeyan to adjourn it for the day.