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Thursday, 20 June 2024 12.26 PM IST

Court orders further probe into Jesna missing case, directs CBI to conduct investigation into evidence and photos found by Jesna's father

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The court has ordered a further probe into the disappearance of Jesna James, a second year B.Com student of St. Dominic's College, Kanjirappally. It was the Thiruvananthapuram CJM Court that announced the probe on a petition filed by Jesna's father James. Earlier, the CBI had submitted a report to the court stating that it was closing the investigation. The court passed the order on the petition filed by James seeking to reject the CBI report and order a reinvestigation.

On Friday, Jesna's father had produced the evidence, documents and digital evidence, including photographs, found in his private investigation in a sealed envelope in the court. The court then checked whether this would come under the scope of the CBI investigation. Following this, the court ordered a further probe. Earlier, the CBI team had presented the case diary in the court.

The court had directed the CBI to produce the case diary to check it to find out whether the CBI had conducted an investigation into the secret documents submitted by Jesna's father. The court considered the demand for further probe after a detailed examination of the case diary. The case was heard by Chief Judicial Magistrate Shibu Daniel.

Jesna's father made several accusations, including that the probe was not extended to Jesna's unidentified friend and that the police officers who recovered the objects and papers from Jesna's home were not questioned.

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