Kerala government takes big step in student’s death case, CBI probe announced – India TV Hindi

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Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday decided to hand over the probe into the recent death of a student at a veterinary university in the state to the CBI. According to a statement issued by the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO), the father and relatives of 20-year-old student Siddharthan JS came to meet Vijayan and demanded that the investigation be handed over to the CBI. According to the statement, the chief minister told them (the student’s father and relatives) that the police was investigating the case impartially and that all the accused had already been arrested.

The statement said that since the mother of the deceased had also filed an application to hand over the investigation of the case to the CBI, Vijayan told the family that respecting their sentiments, he decided to hand over the investigation of the case. What is the decision? The statement issued by the Chief Minister’s office to the CBI came after the deceased’s father told reporters here that Vijayan had assured him that the case would be handed over to the CBI if required.

What’s the whole deal?

The deceased student’s father said he met the Chief Minister today and demanded a CBI probe into his son’s death. Siddharthan was found hanging inside the toilet of the college hostel on February 18. The deceased’s father also said that he told Vijayan that according to the post-mortem report, several doctors had said that Siddharthan could not have stood up on his own to hang himself.

“So I told the Chief Minister that my son has been killed and it is not a case of suicide,” he said, also telling reporters that the College of Veterinary Medicine at Pokod in Wayanad district. Dean and Hostel of Animal Sciences. Mere suspension of the Assistant Warden is not enough. Siddharthan died in the same college hostel. The victim’s father demanded the dismissal of the accused and legal action against them. The police said in their remand report filed in the court that the student was brutally beaten.

According to reports, belts and cable wires were used to beat Siddharthan. The report said that Siddharthan’s classmates and senior students had gathered inside the hostel to accuse him of misbehaving with a college student. According to the report, ‘the accused stripped her of her clothes and brutally beat her’. “Some of them used belts and cable ties.”

It was reported that the accused students started beating Siddharthan around 9 pm on February 16 and continued beating him till 2 am. The police have booked 18 accused under sections 341 (wrongful restraint), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 324 (voluntarily causing hurt with a dangerous weapon), 306 (suicide) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) in this case. Incitement to) is listed. A case has been registered under the relevant provisions of the Prohibition of Ragging Act. Siddharthan was a second year student of Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry course. (input language)

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