People in support of Kavya are still fighting for justice, and the demand for the fair probe is on. But our Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy had visited Alva's institution chief Mohan Alva and had plenty of time to spend with him but could not even give two minutes to Kavya's mother.
Reddy's visit to Mohan Alva and hours-long discussion has not gone down well with the people who are still waiting for the answer for 'Who killed Kavya?'
Kavya, a tenth standard student of Alva's School, was found dead in her hostel room on June 20. What followed her death led to suspicion as her body was removed from the noose and taken to a hospital owned by Alva's group. The body was not shown to her parents till it was kept in the mortuary. CCTV footages of Kavya's activities- from the time she left the school campus to he body being taken to the hospital, is not available.
With all these factors, Kavya's mother is continuously fighting for justice to her daughter. When the Home Minister came to Mangalore, he did not give her any time to speak or explain her concerns. Instead, it was said that he spoke to Alva's School chief Mohan Alva at leisure.
There are also allegations that the institute does not have permission to run the residential school, college or hostel.
This has made the people fighting for justice to Kavya wonder if there is any chance of fair probe or the case will be closed by declaring it as suicide?