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Konni girls’ death: Police ask Thrissur MCH to hand over autopsy report

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Thrissur: Shornur DYSP, in a letter to the principal of the Thrissur Medical College, has expressed displeasure over delay in handing over the autopsy report of on the death of two girls from Konni.

“The case is notorious and the autopsy report is essential for the probe. The autopsy report should be handed over at the earliest,” the police said in the letter.

Meanwhile, Shirley Vasu, principal of the Thrissur Medical College, has said steps have been taken to hand over the report to the police.

“The administrative officer has been asked to do the needful,” she said.

The condition of a teenage girl, who had been admitted to Thrissur medical College Hospital after she was found severely injured near a railway track, has improved, the hospital sources said.

Arya K. Suresh (16) was found injured in Mankara along with the bodies of her two friends on Monday morning. The trio were missing since July 9.

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