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Wednesday, 20 November 2019 10.16 PM IST

Walayar sisters’ parents to move high court seeking justice for their children

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PALAKKAD: The parents of Walayar sisters, who were ‘raped and hanged’, have said that they will approach the Kerala high court, seeking a CBI inquiry into their daughters’ deaths.

They said they knew nothing about the plans of the Child Rights Commission to visit them.

Meanwhile, KPCC president Mullapally Ramachandran informed that he would be visiting the parents’ house during the day. “The UDF has also made plans for protest programmes including hunger strikes and hartals.”

The POCSO court in Palakkad acquitted accused V Madhu, M Madhu and Shibu on October end. The third accused was let off earlier due to the absence of evidence.

The case against the minor accused will be considered by the Juvenile court on November 15.

The elder sister was found hanging inside their house in January and the other sister in March. The post-mortem report came out later disclosed that the girls had been subjected to sexual abuse.

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