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Jisha murder case: Ameerul Islam found guilty, sentencing tomorrow

Jisha murder case: Ameerul Islam found guilty, sentencing tomorrow
Written by Shilpi Gupta

The Ernakulam court has convicted Amir-ul-Islam in the rape and murder case of the Dalit girl of Kerala, Jisha on Tuesday. However, the Court decision will be pronounced tomorrow. The Jisha’s mother has demanded a death sentence for the culprit. In 2016, Junk, a 30-year-old law student of Law, was found dead at his home in Perumbambur. The Ernakulam sessions court of Kerala-based had completed the hearing on December 6 and passed the verdict. Today, Amirul Islam is found guilty in the Jisha murder case. Jisha’s mother and other prosecution, who have described this matter as a matter of revenge of the rape case.

The case was filed against Islam under various sections of Indian Penal Code. More than 100 witnesses were examined during the probe launched in April. After this barbarous crime, Amirul absconded from Perumbabur and 50 days later he was arrested by the police in Kanchipuram. The police said that his blood and the blood was received from the drain near the victim’s house is the same. The prosecution presented about 290 documents and 36 material evidence, however, the defense counsel examined five witnesses in this case. 

Last year, a 30-year-old Dalit student named as Jisha, in Ernakulam, Kerala, was murdered after her Rape. The crime showed so much brutality with Jisha that people remembered the fearlessness of Delhi Nirbhya Case. The accused not only raped Jisha, but also damaged his private parts and pulled him out of his intestine. There was a stir in this whole incident in Kerala.

The accused Islam was the only person in Jisha’s murder. And he was a native of Assam, but according to his family, he had left his home at the age of ten years. He left Perumbavoor after the murder of Jisha but was arrested by the police from Kancheepuram in Tamil Nadu on June 16.

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Shilpi Gupta

Food Technologist by Profession and Blogger by Destiny. love to write articles on food technology, spirituality and social issues.

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