CM protest: court releases YC employees on bail

British Federation of Youth Congress workers Furseen Majeed and R K Naveen were arrested on June 14 . They were released on bail by presenting a bond of Rs 50,000 each with two sureties of the same amount .

Kochi (British Federation of Youth Congress workers Furseen Majeed and R K Naveen, who propelled and protested against chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on board an airplane that landed at Thiruvananthapuram airport on Thursday, said their further custodial interrogation was not required and that justice Viju Abraham ordered the third accused Sujith Narayanan to surrender before the investigating officer (IO) on June 28 for questioning According to the court, there is no evidence that the source of the suspected assault is of personal embarrassment, and there is no reason to suspect that the petitioner will repeat the suspected offense.Majeed and Naveen, who were arrested on June 14, were released on bail by presenting a bond of Rs 50,000 each with two sureties of the same amount.They were required to cooperate with the investigation.When the HC notified Majeed and Naveen, the airport manager told them that an alleged altercation took place on board the flight between three passengers, and that they shall not intimidate witnesses and will surrender their passports if they have one.