Kerala police have revealed the face of Amir-Ul-Islam, the prime suspect in the sensational Jisha murder case, while he was being taken to the court at Perumbavoor in Kerala on Thursday, June 30. Since the time the investigators had caught Amir, they had kept his face covered when he was brought out in public. This is the first time he was presented without a face mask.
However, Amir doesn't resemble the sketch of the suspect that was released by the police, after ADGP B Sandhya was handed over the murder case. After meeting the suspect on June 28, Jisha's mother KK Rajeshwari and her sister Deepa had claimed that they haven't seen Amir before. Earlier, Amir's face was hidden, with the police saying that it might affect the probe as the investigators were yet to complete the identification parade.
The migrant construction worker from Assam has been remanded again until July 13 and was sent to Kakkanad District Jail on Thursday. The Judicial First Class Magistrate Court in Perumbavoor had earlier sent Amir to police custody on June 21 till 4:30 p.m. on June 30. Meanwhile, investigators have also launched a manhunt for Anarul Islam, who is suspected to have helped Amir commit the crime.
Jisha, a Dalit law student, was found dead at her residence in Rayamangalam Panchayat in Ernakulam district on April 28. The brutal attack had left more than 30 injuries on her body. The investigators arrested Amir from Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu on June 16.
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