The 2012 case is heading for yet another legal battle with the special public prosecutor Advocate CK Sreedharan informing the LDF Government of his inability to continue on health grounds.
The Opposition alleged that T P Chandrasekharan murder convicts Kodi Suni, Muhammad Shafi and Keermani Manoj were remote-controlling criminal activities from the jail.
The letter also contains a death threat against RMP state secretary N Venu.
There were 13 women MLAs in Kerala in 1996, the highest ever. Women MLAs have never exceeded 10% of Kerala legislative assembly.
The exit poll predicted a third place finish for the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate M Rajesh Kumar
Rema's husband and RMPI founder TP Chandrasekharan was hacked to death by CPM workers in 2012.
The decision was announced by Leader of Opposition Ramesh Chennithala, along with KPCC chief Mullappally Ramachandran and former Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, in New Delhi.
RMPI had declared that it would field four candidates from Kozhikode, Vadakara, Alathur and Thrissur in the coming Lok Sabha elections.
The Revolutionary Marxist Party (RMP), founded by slain rebel leader T P Chandrasekharan, will field candidates in four Lok Sabha seats in Kerala.
Rema also likened Musthafa’s threat speech to that of those made prior to TP Chandrasekharan’s murder.