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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, NOV. 14. Various political organisations in the State have demanded an enquiry into the circumstances that resulted in the death of Shaari. S. Nair, the teenage unwed mother, who is suspected to have been sold for sex to several persons by some sex racketeers based in Kottayam district.
In a statement here today, the CPI (ML) said there was a conspiracy behind the death of Shaari. The State secretary, P. C. Unnikrishnan, said that only a comprehensive probe would bring out the truth behind the sad fate of Shaari. He said there were efforts on the part of the Government to save some of the accused in the Kiliroor sex scandal case.
The All India Youth Federation has demanded a similar enquiry into the Kiliroor girl's death. In a release here, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, K. Raman Pillai, has said that the death of Shaari, the key witness in the case, was indicative of the state of affairs in the Kerala Police Department. The decision to refer the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) when it became obvious that Shaari would not survive her illness has served only to arouse suspicion in the minds of the public, he added.
The Students Federation of India (SFI) has demanded that a case of murder be registered against those responsible for Shaari's death.
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