KOZHIKODE: Kerala Women’s Commission chairperson K.C. Rosakkutty will record the statement of Jishamol’s elder sister Deepa on Saturday. Ms Rosakkutty said that the commission would look into the situation where a girl had to live with a hidden camera on her body even in her house.
She dismissed the allegations that the commission was not actively involving in the case and said that a case was registered soon after first reports of the murder came out and detailed explanation from the police was sought.
“The commission’s first priority is to find out what situation led to Jishamol buying a hidden camera and attaching it to her dress even while at home. It is understood that the living conditions were unsafe for her already. The commission has sought the report from police soon after the news of the murder was out. We are not functioning for publicity and have tried to do our work with utmost sincerity,” Ms. Rosakkutty said.
There were reports that the commission was trying to protect the police, while the National Commission for Women member Rekha Sharma condemned the security situation in Kerala. Meanwhile, the investigation team had found no significant images from the camera, except that of Jisha’s mother and the shop, from where she bought it.