Kerala Model Mishap case: No positive development in probe, says Ansi’s father


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Thiruvananthapuram: Kabir, father of former Miss Kerala Ansi Kabeer who was killed in a recent car accident, has said in an interview with Mathrubhumi.com that mystery persists in the accident and there is no positive development in the police probe.

According to Kabir, 22 days have passed after the accident and still there is no progress in the police probe over the incident. Reiterating his claims that there is mystery in the case, Kabir pointed out that person who reportedly followed the vehicle in which her daughter was travelling, is still on run.

“Not just the person is missing, but also the DVR having CCTV visuals are missing from the spot. All these are triggering suspicion,” he said.

Ancy's Father
Ansi's relative Nazeem, her father Kabeer

Meanwhile, Kabeer revealed that he is not dissatisfied with the investigation. But his concern is that there is no positive development in the case. “There is no suspicion that any high profile individuals intervened in the case. There is no doubts about anyone in specific,” he added.

However, Ansi’s relative Nazeem said that they will raise their needs in document to the attention of Chief Minister. “We will not be sad if allegations that are live now are not true. But she was a talented girl and had just started her career. The accident happened amid this. So we want to know what really happened. Since her death we are hearing too many things. We need to know if there is something in such claims. If top police officials are involved in the case, then they should be brought before the law,” he said. Nazim added that he hopes there will be a favourable response.

On November 1 late night, Miss Kerala 2019 Ansi Kabeer, first runner-up of the event Anjana Shajan and Thrissur native Mohammad Ashiq had died in a car accident at Chakkarapparambu in Kochi.

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