Walayar case|High Court to hear appeal in November
State concedes there were lapses in the investigation of the criminal offense and trial,.
All-India Janadhipathya Mahila Association employees staging a dharna in Pathanamthitta town, requiring reinvestigation of the case relating to the rape-and-death of two small women in Walayar.
State concedes there were lapses in the investigation of the criminal activity and trial,.
Kerala government has actually informed the High Court that it wanted to reinvestigate the sexual abuse and deaths of 2 minor sis of Walayar.
The State made its position clear before the court while seeking an early hearing for the appeal filed versus the acquittal of the implicated by a trial court. The State also yielded that there were lapses in the examination of the criminal activity and its trial.
Accepting the submission of the State, the High Court has actually decided to consider the appeal from November 9. The mother of the deceased kids and the State federal government had submitted appeals versus the trial court order in November. It was in March this year that the court considered the case last.
The acquittal of the implicated had created a shade and cry in the State with numerous political parties and organisations coming out versus what they termed as the tardy cops examination and ineffective prosecution.
A judicial commission selected by the State government had actually found that the prosecutors in the case failed to really and faithfully utilise evidence gathered throughout probe. The lapses of the two prosecutors throughout the trial of the sexual abuse and death case of 2 sisters had swayed the decision in the mind-blowing case, the commission discovered.
P. K. Haneefa, the judicial commission, who penetrated the lapses in the investigation and prosecution of the cases, likewise blasted the police for the tardy examination during the early stage and suggested action versus a cops Sub- Inspector.
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