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Palakkad: The mother of the Walayar girls wrote an autobiography revealing what happened with her two minor daughters who were found hanging in a shed. The book is titled 'Njan Walayar Amma'.
The book raises a sharp criticism against the police and concerned authorities sharply in connection with the Walayar case. 'Njan Walayar Amma' will be released on Friday at a function in Attappallam on the occasion of the fifth death anniversary of her youngest daughter. Vineetha Anil from Kannur helped to publish the book.
The mother said that book carries important revelations about the deaths. It is suspected that a sixth person is also involved in the case. The probe into the case is being diverted to save VIPs. She said that when the eldest daughter died, two people were seen leaving the house. Though she told the police about this, the statement was not recorded. The police tried to turn the death of the children into suicide and destroy the evidence.
Though CBI submitted the charge sheet in the case two months back, no copy was issued to her yet. People blamed her and the family in many instances. The book covers her life from the age of 13 to the present. When she contested in Dharmadom as a protest against the Chief Minister for violating his promise for getting her justice, it was also misinterpreted by many.
It was in 2017, thirteen- and nine-year-old sisters were found hanging in a shed at Walayar's Attappallam. Five people, including a minor, were arrested in the case. But the trial court acquitted them due to lack of evidence. After the government and the girl's mother approached the high court against this, the case was handed over to the CBI.