Uma Behera IPS, who headed a special investigation team which was in charge of Konni girls incidents, visited Konni only once after she took charge

news Friday, September 04, 2015 - 09:30
Mystery over the disappearance and later death of three girls from Konni, Pathnamthitta still remains.
 
The relatives of the girls are to begin an indefinite stage-in protest in front of Konni police station according to  Reporter TV report. The report says that all investigations were almost been idle by now.
 
Earlier Home Minister had promised the girls’ parents that the investigation will be completed at the earliest. But the relatives allege that no improvement happened in the probe.
 
The report alleges that Uma Behera IPS, who headed a special investigation team which was in charge of Konni girls incidents, visited Konni only once after she took charge.
 
The relatives allege that forensic reports in the case were also getting delayed. All these factors have reportedly forced parents and relatives to begin a stage in protest in front of the police station.
 
Earlier also they had conducted a one day protest
 
The girls Athira R. Nair and S. Raji were found dead on a railway track near Palakkad district  on July 13, while Arya K. Suresh was found severely injured and later succumbed to injuries at Thrissur Medical College Hospital on July 20. The girls had been missing since July 9.