Koodathai murder case is a challenging one, says DGP Behera

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Vadakara: DGP Loknath Behera stated that Koodathai murder case is a challenging one. He was speaking to media at the Vadakara SP office, after visiting Ponnamattom House where the investigation is in progress. DGP had arrived Kerala to supervise investigation.

Six murders had taken place here. Each will be probed separately. The first murder took place 17 years back and the last one 3 years back. Hence it is very challenging to collect evidences. As decades have passed, it would be difficult, to find any witness, he said.

Case will have to be registered based on circumstantial and scientific evidences. A very huge team of officials will probe the case.

There would be separate team for each of the six cases. The most efficient officials in Kerala police would be included in the team. There would be technical experts to help them. Also the best forensic experts in India including Kerala would be engaged in the case. Also spoke top legal experts in this regard, DGP added.

If required, forensic examinations would be done abroad. Only preliminary investigation is completed now. SP who discovered the mystery behind the case deserves special appreciation, he further said.

Police are trying to collect maximum information from Jolly within the remand period. Based on her statement, evidences would be collected.

However, he didn’t reveal any further information regarding the case.

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