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CPI-ML favours cancellation of Shahabuddins Lok Sabha membership

The CPI-ML-Liberation has said that it will hold a protest outstide Parliament on May 16 to demand the cancellation of Lok Sabha MP Mohammed Shahabuddins membership, following his life imprisonment.

New Delhi, May 11 : The CPI-ML-Liberation has said that it will hold a protest outstide Parliament on May 16 to demand the cancellation of Lok Sabha MP Mohammed Shahabuddin's membership, following his life imprisonment.

"Party workers from Siwan will reach New Delhi where they will demonstrate in front of Parliament, seeking cancellation of the Lok Sabha membership of Shahabuddin," CPI-ML general secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya told reporters.

Dubbing the court's order awarding a life term to the RJD MP as "a verdict of the prolonged movement launched by people against the terror unleashed by Shahabuddin in Siwan", Bhattacharya said his party will seek an appointment with President A P J Abdul Kalam and Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee to press for the termination of Shahabuddin's membership.

The court order, he said, was significant and will act as a deterrent to the criminalisation of politics.

Mohammed Shahabuddin, RJD MP has been sentenced to life imprisonmen for the kidnapping and murder of a party worker in 1999.

ANI

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