Pathanamthitta, July 17: To solve the death mystery of two teenagers in Konni, Kerala government on Thursday, July 16, appointed new investigation team.
The team will be headed by Malabar Special Police (MSP) Commandant Uma Behra IPS. The case investigation will be supervised by Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) B. Sandhya will supervise the investigation. [Teenage girls found dead: Kerala police reaches Bengaluru to solve the mystery]
There were allegations from the loacalites that there were flaws from the part of local police. Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala ensured that the allegations will be looked into. [Kerala girls found dead not violated, poisoned: Autopsy]
Preliminary autopsy out
Meanwhile, the doctors who conducted the autopsy on the two girls said that the death was caused by the injuries they suffered during their fall from train. The report also suggested that the teenagers jumped out of the running train.
According to reports, teenagers were not subjected to any kind of sexual abuse or not poisoned too.
The preliminary details of the reports were handed over to the police by the doctors. The complete report will be submitted to the police on Monday. The delay of submission is because the forensic surgeon has gone on leave for three days.
Meanwhile the health condition of Arya, the teenager who survived the accident has improved, according to the hospital authorities.
Kerala police team in Bangalore
Konni Circle inspector of Police Saji Mon and a sub inspector has arrived in Bangalore today. They will be checking the CCTV footage at Lalbagh gardens and railway stations in Bengaluru, as the police have got evidence of teenagers' arrival in the garden city.
At the same time, the teenagers family has demanded apology from the Manoj Abraham, IG as he has made a statement that the girls committed suicide because of financial issues in the family.
According to the sources, the police have recovered the diary of girls, where things regarding their family were mentioned.
According to sources, the girls left the house on July 9 and took ticket for Kerala- New Delhi express. But they got into the wrong train and got down at Mavelikkara, Alapuzha district, Kerala.
From Mavelikkara, they borrowed the phone of a local shopkeeper and made anonymous call to one of theirs home, inquiring whether the girls have reached home. This aroused doubts in the girl's home and the missing of girls were confirmed. There are strong allegations that the local police failed to perform their duties.
Around 102 people have been questioned so far in connection with the case, according to officials.
Arya, the girl who was found injured has been transferred to neuro-surgery department from ICU of Medicine Department. Doctors said that her body was responding to medicines. This gives hope to the police that her statement could be recorded within two days.