Relatives of Kottayam student whose body found in Meenachil river demands investigation against BVM college
The body of a 20-year-old BCom student, who disappeared on Saturday, was found in the Meenachil stream on Monday, kicking up contention after her family charged a school at Cherpungal where she took the last year tests of concocting the claim that she had malpractice. In spite of the fact that it is an associated case with self destruction, police have propelled an investigation into the episode to check the abetment edge in the death.
Anju P Shaji, daughter of Shaji of Poovathett house at Podimattom close Kanjirappally and a BCom student of a private school in Kanjirappally, was apparently found replicating in the 6th semester test held at BVM Holy Cross College, Cherpungal, on Saturday. The girl, who left the school around one hour after the initiation of the test, went missing.
Based on an objection from her dad, the police with the assistance of Fire Safety and Rescue Services work force propelled a pursuit activity in the Meenachil stream after her satchel and footwear were recouped from close to the Cherpungal connect. The fire power’s scuba plunging group angled out her body by early afternoon on Sunday 4km away from the bridge.
With the girl’s dad and others charging school specialists, particularly head Fr Joseph Njarakkattil, of bugging the young lady before different understudies which supposedly constrained her to make the extraordinary stride, the school the board disclosed to the media that she was found cheating in the test. She had written notes regarding the matter of Saturday’s test on the rear of her hall ticket. To back the case, they likewise delivered a duplicate of the reallocated corridor ticket and screened the CCTV film demonstrating the invigilator and school chief starting procedures after the negligence was exposed. Later, she was discovered leaving the assessment lobby and leaving the school in another scene.
Girl’s dad accuses head in the mean time, the young lady’s dad precluded the claim from securing misbehavior. “The college principal humiliated my daughter in public. Unable to bear the insult, she decided to end her life. Anju had always been good at her studies and she would never resort to anything unethical,” said Shaji. Afterward, Shaji held up a protest with the District Police Chief against Fr Joseph.
According to Kanjirappally DySP J Santhosh Kumar, a case for unnatural demise has been enrolled and a primer request propelled to check the abetment point. “We have seized the original hall ticket and answer sheets. We will seek the assistance of experts to verify the handwriting in the papers. Moreover, procedures followed by the college in the case of alleged exam malpractice will also be checked before coming to a conclusion. We might add relevant sections of the IPC based on the findings,” he said.
Women’s board takes case however the school specialists presented a primer report on the test misbehavior to MG University, C M Sreejith, Controller of Examinations, has looked for a definite report on the circumstance that prompted the grievous episode. The Kerala State Women’s Commission has taken a suo moto case and coordinated the District Police Chief, Kottayam, to test the episode and present a report. Case for unnatural demise enrolled by Kanjirappally DySP J Santhosh Kumar, a case for unnatural passing has been enlisted and a fundamental request propelled to check the abetment edge.
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