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Law will take its course in rape case: Chandy

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Malappuram: Reacting to the Supreme Court verdict on the Suryanelli rape case, Chief Minister Ommen Chandy on Thursday said there was no lapse on the part of Kerala government and law would take its own course with regard to the Suryanelli gangrape case.

The Supreme Court has set aside the Kerala High Court’s order acquitting 35 accused in the 1996 Suryanelli rape case in which a 16-year-old girl was gangraped for over 40 days.

The Kerala High Court had acquitted 35 persons who were convicted by a special court in September 2000.

The girl from Suryanelli in Idukki district of Kerala was abducted in January 1996 and was transported from place to place across Kerala.

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