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Jisha murder: Mother, sister to be questioned again

Jisha murder: Mother, sister to be questioned again

Perumbavoor: The Special Investigation Team probing the murder of Jisha will question her mother and sister again in relation with the case.

They will be quizzed at a secret centre here on Sunday.

The probe team had not been able to question Jisha’s mother, Rajeshwari, thoroughly owing to her ill health.

The police had secured CCTV footage from a shop in the neighbourhood of the victim’s residence. The footage has been sent to Thiruvananthapuram Forensic Lab to examine whether it captured movements of the suspected killer on the day the law student was murdered.

According to the reports, the CCTV evidence secured from the fertiliser depot showed a man wearing a yellow T Shirt following a woman, believed to be the victim, who was on her way home after getting down from a bus at Vattolippady near Perumbavoor around 1.30 PM that day.

The police, however, haven’t confirmed whether the people found in the footages are related to the incident.

The case is being investigated by a team headed by ADGP B Sandhya.

The newly sworn-in LDF government in one of its first decisions had appointed the senior woman IPS officer as head of the new team to probe the case.

The High Court had last week rejected the plea for a CBI probe into the case, noting that the new Special Investigation Team had been set up in the case.

The woman, who hailed from a poor family, was allegedly raped and brutally assaulted using sharp-edged weapons before being murdered at her house on April 28.

The murder was in focus during the May 16 Assembly poll campaigns with political parties attacking the then UDF regime for "tardy" progress in the investigation and its failure to nab the culprits.

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