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KOCHI: A petition was filed in the Kerala High Court, seeking a CBI probe into the death of Mishel Shaji Varghese, a CA student, in the city. The body of Mishel was found in the backwaters near Kochi wharf after she was reported missing from her hostel in the city.

In his petition, Mishel’s father Shaji Varghese said that according to the police, his daughter had gone to St Antony’s Church at Kaloor on March 5, 2017. She had left the church in the evening, travelled all the way to Vallarpadam Bridge and jumped off the bridge into the backwaters.

The police version did not match the available evidence. The crime branch had concluded that it was a case of suicide. The police had arrested 26-year-old Cronin Alexander Baby on charges of abetment to suicide.

According to the police, Cronin, who was employed in Chhattisgarh, had harassed the girl and following the mental trauma, she had taken the extreme step. The petitioner said that he believed that his daughter was murdered. He alleged foul play during the investigation.

He had submitted a detailed representation pointing out the shortcomings in the investigation and missing links in the police version to the State Police Chief.

However, there had been no response. Varghese said he believed that only an investigation by the CBI would unravel the mystery behind the death of his daughter.

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