The latest development in the case of Jishnu Pranoy’s death in mysterious circumstances makes Pinarayi Vijayan led LDF government in a plight.
Jishnu’s family is planning to meet new DGP T.P.Senkumar to get justice in the police investigation.
They won’t stop there and would approach the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI),the CNM learnt.
A report from the Police Forensic Lab said it was unable to cross match the DNA sample of Jishnu.
Earlier the police had collected blood sample from the college office and it was matching Jishnu’s blood group.It underscores the allegations of Jishnu’s classmates that he was brutally smacked by some of the college authorities.
But,the recent reversal of the police version raises many suspicions in the case.
Jishnu’s family had alleged that there was a nexus between the college authorities and the government.
There were allegations that FIR misappropriation and post-mortem report sabotage in the beginning stage itself.
A suicide note was also found at Jishnu’s room and it was later proved to be a fake one.
How did the blood sample become insufficient once police had stated that they got sufficient quantity to conduct scientific investigation?
All these contradictory moves raise many serious questions.
Jishnu’s relatives suspect foul play in the sample blood stain also.If the police had not collected sufficient blood sample,why did they come to Nadapuram
govt.hospital to take his parents’ blood samples?
These suspicions make the left government in a plight.
Jishnu Pranoy, a native of Valayam near Nadapuram in Kozhikode was an engineering student at Nehru College,Pampadi. His mother Mahija,and his relatives along with few human rights activists protested in front of the DGP office when Loknath Behra was in charge.
Police took the protesters in custody and Mahija was beaten by some police men.
Communist Party of India (CPI-M) was in defensive mode.
Many leaders including CPI(M) state secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan had visited Jishnu’s family at Valayam and the party organized local meetings to avoid dissidents in the organization.
Many party loyalist are still unhappy with the government actions in the case.