Thiruvananthapuram: The police have moved to close the case against former minister Saji Cherian in connection with his unconstitutional remarks. The police is of the conclusion that the unconstitutional remark cannot be proved. The Public Prosecutor has given legal advice to the police in this regard. The police will approach the Thiruvalla Judicial First Class Magistrate Court on Monday seeking closure of the case.
Saji Cherian had to resign from the ministerial post after he was accused of making serious remarks against the constitution in his speech in Mallapally. The Police FIR is based on the instructions of the Thiruvalla Court. Registered. But even after five months, Saji Cherian has not been questioned in the case yet.
Although the video of him making remarks against the Constitution came out, the police did not check whether it was Saji Cherian’s voice recording. Instead, the police tried to scientifically verify whether the video was edited.
The police stand that the case should not be continued after five months. Based on legal advice, the police are trying to establish in court that the case cannot be proven. On the basis of legal advice, Thiruvalla DYSP. A detailed report will be prepared and submitted to the court on Monday.