Roads are crowded with people to pay homage to CPI-M's the leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan.
After CPI-M's leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan's corpse was taken to his district, Kannur in Kerala,
Enormous crowd gathered on each side of the highway in order to catch a final glimpse of the leader who died.
Following the CPI-M leader Kodiyeri Balakrishnan's body arrived to his district of home, Kannur in Kerala on Sunday,
large crowd of people gathered along on both roadsides, hoping to get one last glimpse of the late leader.
Balakrishnan died on the floor of Appolo Hospital in Chennai on Saturday night following a lengthy fight with cancer.
His remains were discovered at Kannur airport around 1.15 p.m. the following Sunday, and the 23-km stretch between Kannur terminal to Thalassery townhall was packed with large crowds along each side of the highway.
he CPI-M Kannur District committee has put together 11 places for people to pay tribute to Balakrishnan audience has stopped the car from being stopped between.
Kodiyeri Balakrishnan is an MLA for five terms of Thalassery since 1982. He also was the state Minister of Tourism and Home Affairs within the V.S. Achuthanandan Cabinet.
When he died, death He was a Politburo member of CPI-M which is the most powerful authority in the CPI-M party.