BanglaHunt Desk: A Dalit mother in Kerala has once again approached the government for the trial of her two daughters. Three years ago, two sisters were sexually abused and killed in Valiyar. On Monday, their mother started a movement for justice again.
The mother of the two abused minors said that although 5 of the 8 accused in the case have been caught, 1 is still at large. Honest fathers of the two dead daughters said police were protecting the perpetrators. Speaking on their behalf.
Opposition leader Ramesh Chenithala and BJP state president K Surendran went to Palakkad district to meet the protesting mothers of the dead girls and others in the family. He said it was worse than the Uttar Pradesh riots. Those who shed crocodile tears in the case of Hatras, why are they silent today? It is very unfortunate that the woman has to protest again as she has not received justice.
The incident took place in 2016. In just 52 days, the hanging bodies of two sisters, aged 12 and 6, were recovered from Valia. None of their parents were at home at the time of the incident. Last month, the Pinarayi Vijayanagar government in Kerala admitted before the High Court that the case had not been properly investigated. This case needs to be re-investigated.
According to the mother of the deceased girls, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had earlier said that the incident would be investigated by the CBI. But it has not been done yet. So he was forced to choose the path of movement again. However, it has been alleged that most of the culprits involved in the incident are members of the CPM. Due to which the noise has started inside the team.