The warden’s words cannot be said, even if he seeks justice for his daughter – Shraddha’s father

Shraddha Satish, SFI activists are protesting in front of the college office

Kochi: Satish, father of Shraddha, who committed suicide at Kanjirapally Amal Jyoti College Hostel, has demanded strict action against those responsible, whoever is investigating her daughter’s death. The public should understand how much the students suffer in a college where there is no student movement. He was responding to Minister R Bindu’s statement that the investigation into the case related to Shraddha’s death has been transferred to the Crime Branch.

No investigation has been held against those responsible for the death of the girl who died in the college hostel. The police say they are not there. The police said that there is no CCTV camera in the college hostel, but when I said that I saw it, the police said that they did not see it. No investigation is being conducted against the accused. Instead, they took her daughter’s mobile phone and laptop. Our statement was taken. Now the police have tried to make us responsible for our daughter’s death. The minister said that the investigation had been transferred to the crime branch. “Whoever is investigating, those responsible for my daughter’s death should be found and they should be punished,” said Shraddha’s father, Satish.

Many of the words spoken by the college hostel warden are unimaginable. When we heard about all the things in college, we thought it would somehow be enough to come after the course. She calls her mother every morning when she wakes up. College authorities say he was not ready to talk to his mother the day before he died. “Every child is afraid,” he said.

Friends said she had been called to the Head of Department’s room after picking up the phone. When he came out, he said it’s enough to die if you don’t want to live anymore. Shraddha was a person who was against suicide. Shraddha had to stand on her own feet and live without depending on anyone else. Shraddha’s father asks if a child with such a mental state would think of suicide, she must have been so disturbed.

Shraddha Satish, a native of Ernakulam Thripunithura, was found dead in the Kanjirapally College of Engineering hostel a few days ago. Shraddha was a second year food technology student. According to the college authorities, it is possible that he killed himself because of the trouble of discovering that he was using a mobile phone. But the family claimed that there were poor interventions on the part of the college authorities.

Minister R Bindu said the investigation into Shraddha’s death has been handed over to the Crime Branch. DYSP will lead the branch’s investigation into crimes.


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