To CPM mouth piece their former leader was part of Liquor Mafia and a Drunkard!

published on May 9, 2012

The U turn of political parties against those who ditch them is nothing new and they open all can of worms to tarnish the images of those who safe gaurded them untill then. YSR’s son Jagan suddenly became a Christian to Congress leaders in AP.All his  ill gotten wealth by YSR with the blessings of his madam in Delhi comes now under scrutiny. For these U turners and turncoats the intelligence of public is something which never bothers – Who will turn against Sonia and ask what was Congress leader ship doing to prevent YSR and his family from amassing this wealth nor why never congress bought the religion of YSR for open discussion. If not for very few Pro Hindu websites who exposed the real colour of Crypto Christian no one even dared to even address YSR as ‘Samuel’ reddy or to expose his evangelist son in law.

Similarly, Now here in Kerala Deshabhimani – The CPM mouth piece have opened the can of worms labelled by the name R Selvaraj (Another Crypto Christian). Following are the allegations raised by Deshabhimani – according to them their former leader was a Agent of Liquor Mafia, Drunkard, Thug and what not. But no one should ask the comrades that after knowing all these why their party offered him seat again and again?

According to Deshabhimani Report   

Selvaraj and his Mahi Associations Being Probed by Police

The link between the Neyyatinkara UDF candidate Selvaraj and the beverages lobby and alcohol mafia of Mahe is under police scanner, for a possible connection with the murder of TP Chandrashekhar. A sensational report by Matrubhumi about the quotation gang that operates in and around the bars of Mahe likely to be behind the murder of Chandrashekhar is what has set the police into an investigative action.

Selvaraj is a frequent visitor to Mahe, to get in touch with the quotation gangs. The gang behind the murder of Chandrashekharan is reported to have left the state in a van carrying poultry. This has also been taken into due consideration by the investigating officers. The links lead to a poultry owner in Tirunelveli, who again is a close associate of Selvaraj. Investigation reports state that Selvaraj, who recently visited Tamil Nadu, had met this poultry owner.

Police reports have also stated that Selvaraj is one of the prime accused in a drunken brawl in Mahe. The incident dates back to 2002, on November 18, in Tagore Park, Mahe. Selvaraj is reported to have forcibly stopped Puthenpurayil Meethal Sasi, hailing from Peringaadi, New Mahe and battered him. A case was registered against him (crime no: 115/ 2002). Investigations in connection with the drunken brawl case revealed that Selvaraj had made the Mahe visit to renew his ties with the spirit lobby operating there. He was accompanied by a group of closely associated people as well.

Following the meeting with liquor businessmen, Selvaraj and friends entered a bar in Mahe town, were they treated themselves to high dosages of alcohol. Their next stop was Tagore park, where they botched up the resident of New Mahe. The brawl invited swarms of local community on to the spot. Among them was social worker Pullyan Pramod, whose intervention was instrumental for the arrest of Selvaraj. In spite of all efforts made by the beverages lobby to intervene and hush up the matter, the case had already made its way to the court. Upon being arrested, the first statement made by Selvaraj to police was that he was an MLA from Parasala. However, the police personnel who had their own doubts probed further into the matter, which led to Selvaraj’s confession that he had only contested in the elections. R. Selvaraj, Divya Bhavan, Nediyancode, Dhanuvechupuram PO, Trivandrum: this was the address entered by police into records, as they arrested Selvaraj.

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