Kerala's Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala asks for CBI probe into Jesna's case

First Published 20, Jun 2018, 6:06 PM IST
Kerala's Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala asks for CBI probe into Jesna's case
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Chennithala also said it has been 91 days, and the Kerala police are not showing any interest in this case so far and thus the case should be handed over to CBI for further investigation. Opposition leader pointed out that police can encourage ill-treatment of junior police officers, but they can't do their duty at the right time.

Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala took out a march to the Kerala Assembly today demanding a CBI probe into the missing case of Jesna Maria James, a native of Kottayam. Jesna is a second-year degree student of St Dominic’s College. 

Chennithala also said it has been 91 days, and the Kerala police are not showing any interest in this case so far and thus the case should be handed over to CBI for further investigation. Opposition leader pointed out that police can encourage ill-treatment of junior police officers, but they can't do their duty at the right time.

He continued saying that this is the reason why Jesna is still missing. 

He also added that Kerala has brilliant police officials. But alleged that if the leadership that governs them is wrong, then it will reflect on the police department.  

 

 

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