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Culprits will be nabbed soon, says Chennithala

Culprits will be nabbed soon, says Chennithala

Thiruvananthapuram: Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala Thursday has said the culprits in the Jisha murder case will be nabbed soon.

“There are no lapses on the part of the police in the probe,” Chennithala told reporters.

Chennithala also complained of "politicising" of the murder.

"To politicise this as an election issue is unfair and deplorable. Yesterday, I was waylaid by the CPI-M activists when I came out of the Kollam press club," Chennithala told reporters on Thursday in Kochi.

"You just look into the manner in which the numerous cases that have been solved here by our police force. So we are certain this case will be cracked too," the minister added.

Jisha, a student of Government Law College in Ernakulam, was found dead in a pool of blood on April 28 at her one-room residence in Perumbavoor.

Her body was mutilated and an autopsy report revealed that Jisha had 38 wounds on her body. There were injuries on her private parts, according to police.

The police had on Wednesday released a profile sketch of a suspect, based on information gathered from neighbours who saw a man near the victim's house that day.

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