Friday, 12 July 2013

Kerala Sex Scandals

Kerala Sex Scandals

After the ruling United Democratic Front (UDF) which was in the dock following revelations about the suspected con woman Sarita S. Nair's illicit links with its leaders,  it was the Opposition Left Democratic Front's (LDF) turn to find itself in a hot sex soup.

On June 23, a 30 year-old divorcee complained to the police that Jose Thettayil, (63) a MLA belonging to the Janata Dal (Secular) had sexually used her by falsely promising to get her married  to  his son. She told the police that the son too had used her sexually feigning love. According to her the father-son duo subsequently reneged from their promise.

The woman even filed "evidence" to the police by providing video clippings of sexually intimate scenes shot from of her own bedroom which she claimed were of herself and Thettayil. The clippings were immediately telecast by the local channels though the faces were not clear. She told the police that she had shot the scenes in November 2012 with her web camera after she knew the father and son were planning to dump her. 

"Its sheer blackmail" dismissed Thettayil calling the charges baseless and  saying the clippings were fabricated by the woman who was a computer expert. But the police have registered rape cases against the father and son.

Though the revelations put the LDF on the defensive and helped the UDf heave a sigh of relief, Kerala is stunned not just by the antics of political leaders but also the increasing trend of women from higher social strata figuring prominently in sensational crimes.  These cases involve sex, sleaze, blackmail or even cold blooded and pre-planned murders in a state which tops the country in crimes.   According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in 2012 Kerala registered 455.8 cases for every 1,00,000 persons followed by Madhya Pradesh with a rate of 298.8.

The most sensational upper class woman criminal from the state is Dr Omana Edadan(59)who figures in Interpol's most wanted list.   An ophthalmologist from Kannur and a divorcee, Edadan (59) had poisoned to death  her estranged lover P. Muralidharan, a contractor, in the night of July 11, 1996 inside the  retiring room of railway station at Ooty.

She then chopped the dead body  into pieces, stuffed in a suitcase intended to be thrown into a river, hired a taxi and drove to Kodaikanal. Following a tip off from the taxi driver, police arrested her next day.  But as the trial dragged, she jumped her conditional bail on January 21, 2001 and has remained untraced since.

Suspected to have escaped to Malayasia, the Interpol issued a Red Corner notice against her in 2007 without avail. "She is among the 10 Indian women figuring in Interpol's most wanted criminals  list" said R Sreelekha, Additional Director General of Police.

No less gruesome was the 2009 murder of Bhaskara Karanavar (59) a rich  NRI which was plotted  by his daughter in law, Sherin (24), a former college beauty queen. Married to Binu, a mentally challenged youth, Sherin, a mother of 6 month-old girl, was convicted for killing Karanavar who was living with them in his house at Chengannur, Alapuzha district. According to the police Sherin committed this to avenge his not including her in his will. Karanavar was strangled to death on 9 November 2009 by Sherin's alleged lover Basith Ali and his two accomplices.  Sherin was sentenced to life on 10 June 2010.  Sherin was involved in cheating crimes even when she was in New York earlier while living with her husband and his parents.

" At the time when I entered police service 30 years ago, I used to think women could never become hard core criminals. Even if they became criminals, I had thought they were being used by the evil men from behind.  But now I know that women too could be cold blooded criminals as men" says Sreelekha, the highest woman police officer..  " These women use their charms to win clout among the high and mighty and have no qualms to freely indulge in sexual liaisons  with whoever they find necessary to further their criminal ends"  said she.

According to her though there is no proof for an abnormal spurt in the number of women criminals,  the recent trend is women from middle and upper middle class families increasingly figuring in serious crimes.

Film actor  and model Leena Maria Paul (24) who belonged to Trissur was arrested on 28 May 2013 from  a South Delhi farm house for alleged involvement in various cheating cases including duping  Rs.19 crore from Canara Bank, Chennai.

She and her partner Shankar Reddy alias Balaji  were accused to have cheated Rs.74 lakhs by Skylark Textiles and Outfitters, a Chennai-based firm.  A graduate in Dental Sciences, Paul was brought up in Dubai as her father is an engineer there.  

Acted in small roles in many Malayalam movies with stars like Mohanlal and Mammutty, she was also reported to do a role in the Hindi film, Madras Cafe.  Her accomplice and live in partner Shankar Reddy is still hiding from the police. 

Paul and Reddy were fond of luxury cars and had a fleet of seven including a Rolls Royce Phantom  at their farm house which was taken for a monthly rent for Rs.4 lakh. 

The police also seized 81 luxury wrist watches from their house. The duo are accused in many other cheating cases in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. "They took Rs.20 lakhs falsely promising to bring Katrina Kaif to inaugurate our showroom in 2012" said T.O. Baiju of Emmanuel Silks, a major textile business group of Kerala.

Mitra Susan Abraham (18) a Travel and Tourism student in a college in Ranni, Pathanamthitta,  was arrested in 18 January 2012 for having hired paid criminals to grievously injure a youth. 

This was to avenge the assault on her male friends in the college. Abraham struck a telephonic friendship with the youth  and on  5 August 2011 invited him to a deserted place. When the youth arrived there he was brutally assaulted by the hired criminals.

Nimisha Joseph (23) , a college student was nabbed by police on June 13, 2013 for taking nude photos and videos of her hostel mates and mailing them to her boyfriend in UK. Joseph who also was living in London before coming to Kerala to join college told the police she did the crime at her boyfriend's pressure. 

The crime came to light when her hostel mates accidentally saw their pictures on Joseph's laptop.

Sobha John (37) the only woman in Kerala Police's goonda list, was convicted for 7 years imprisonment in August 2012 for blackmailing Kandaru Mohanaru, the head priest of Sabarimala shrine. John, the first accused in the case had made Mohanaru visit her flat in Kochi in 2006 and made him part with his gold ornaments and Rs.30 lakhs at gunpoint.

Priest said he was kidnapped by John and others, taken to her flat and was made to pose with naked women with which she threatened to blackmail him.  Following this incident, Kandararu resigned from the priest's post after he faced allegations of moral turpitude. John is the prime accused in two inter-state sex racket cases operated from Kochi and Kozhikode.

This trend of increasing number of women criminals is the other side of a state which also has the country's highest incidence of violence against women according to the National Crimes Records Bureau. Kerala ranked second with  a crime rate of 33.8% after Assam (36.9%) in violence against women in 2011.  

Though this is seen by the state police as a positive indication of better crime reporting, the State Police Crime Records too show that atrocities against women rose from 9380  to 13000 during 2007-2012 in which rapes doubled from 500 to 1019.  Yet another irony of the Kerala conundrum is that the state has traditionally remained the best on all conventional indicators of women's empowerment like sex ratio, literacy, life expectancy, infant mortality rate etc.

However the state which has the country's highest unemployment rate (10%) has women's work participation rate(22.9%)which is lower than national average. There is huge gender gap -18%-against women among the state's unemployed.

"The increasing number of women in high profile crimes should not sidetrack the issue of violence against women.  There is no major rise in the number of women criminals. There is a rise in number of crimes and hence criminals both men and women, also tend to increase. Nevertheless there is a growing attitude among women to shun caution and jump into adventurous crimes" says B Sandhya, IG of Police.  She also cites examples of various sex rackets where women have played a crucial role.

Many suggest a negative fallout of a positive trend as a reason for the new trend of women in crimes. 

"Work participation of women though is low has risen in the past decade and they are much more present in public realm now. More than 50 lakh men work outside the state with their wives heading their families at home. The new exposure of women must have taken a direction towards crimes too" said Alexander P Jacob, Additional Director General of Police. 

According to him women criminals have been coming down in numbers as shown by the number of women inmates in jails. The number has come down from about 500 in 2000 to 207 now which include 33 women convicted for life in murder cases.  

"This is also due to the change in crime profiles. Earlier most women criminals were arrested in connection with street prostitution or hooch cases. Such street crimes are now replaced by star crimes like high class prostitution or financial swindle etc" said Jacob.

Many cite the fast changing values of a society becoming increasingly prosperous as a cause for crimes against and by women. 

The state once very poor economically today is one of the richest thanks to the remittance of Rs.60,000 crores it receives annually  from its 25 lakh-strong diaspora based largely in the Gulf. Bereft of insufficient investment channels, the money has been flowing into high levels consumption -highest in the country-various crime rackets involved in real estate, hawala etc. Jacob Punnuse, former DGP had estimated two years ago that the illegal economic activities going on in the state in an year was worth more than Rs.50000 crores.

 "The new permissiveness in an increasingly prosperous society thanks to the the huge inflow of remittances from abroad spawns crimes.  Make money at any cost has become the current neoliberal dream. Women too have joined this trend with their increasing exposure to outside life" said T N Seema MP and state president  of All India Democratic Women's Associatio



Sunday, 16 June 2013

Top 10 Open Source Erp Softwares

Top 10: Open Source ERP Software

Implementation of ERP solution involves a hefty budget with long time and conscientious efforts for customization. With the recession taking a notch out of many budgets and a often several years of development under their belt,  open source ERP solutions have started to emerge as feasible alternative to the big names with big bank accounts. The key reasons for the diversion includes lower cost, flexibility, large group of users and independence from solution providers. Additionally, companies can easily download the open source ERP solutions and the utilize their budgets to customize them to fit the needs of the company instead of for an off-the-shelf license.

1. WebERP

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It is a web based ERP system for small and mid sized Enterprise. The LAMP application has a stable code base and is packed with features suited for distributed businesses in wholesale and distribution. The features sales order, accounts receivable, user defined sales analysis, purchase orders, accounts payable, inventory management, general ledger, manufacturing, multi-language, multi-currency, complex tax system support. It also has multiple inventory locations with serial number and lot tracking facilities as well as full double entry accounting. In addition, it offers sales orders support for assemblies and kit-sets.

2. Openbravo

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It's one of the best open source ERP software for SMBs. Openbravo is a web-based program that was based on Compiere ERP program. It provides the entire status of a company that includes production information, inventory, customer information, order tracking and workflow information.

Openbravo accompanies wide ranging features that makes it easier to handle for end users. Some of its key features include dimensional reporting, alerts, email, keyboard navigation. It is easily configurable and tailors the existing functionality and business rules and is capable in adding many new functionality without any programming.

The ERP software offers better compatibility and sharing, allowing export of single file or a collection of files to Excel, CSV, or PDF directly from the application. Users can easily create third-party modules or plugins or even browser the directory and choose the shared functionality created by other users to install. It allows high scalability enabling deployment in single server or on a cluster of them, serving up to thousands of users. Any record in the system can be easily audited and traced to user who created it.

3. Compiere

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Compiere is organized uniquely to avoid the duplication of information and the need for synchronization. With an innovative design Compiere allows easy customization of the application. Modules included in the ERP solution include Customer relationship management, Quote to Cash, Requisition-to-Pay, Partner Relations Management, Warehouse, Supply Chain Management, Performance Analysis, Double-entry Book-keeping, Work-flow-Management and Web Store.

4. xTuple

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The xTuple PostBooks is an integrated ERP, CRM and accounting system, based on the xTuple ERP Suite.

Modules for ERP xTuple

  • Accounting: general ledger, accounts receivable and payable, bank reconciliation, financial reporting
  • Sales: quotes, order entry, sales reporting, shipping
  • Product Definition: items, infinite-level bills of material (BOM)
  • CRM: universal address book, incident management, opportunity management, to-do lists, project management
  • OpenRPT: open source report writer
  • Inventory: multiple locations, other advanced warehouse features
  • Light Manufacturing: work orders, strong support for make to order
  • Purchasing: purchase orders, receiving, vendor reporting

PostBooks is a cross platform application that runs equally well on Windows, Linux and Mac. It is fully internationalized with support for multiple tax structures, multi-currency, multilingual translation packs maintained by xTuple's global community.

5.  OpenERP

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This is a complete open source ERP software, designed to address the enterprise needs and processes. OpenERP integrates accounting, hr, sales, crm, purchase, stock, production, services management, project management, marketing campaign. It offers separate client and server components and XML-RPC interfaces. Open ERP is complete and modular system with 350 modules. The ERP software has a strong MVC architecture with an object database, a dynamic GUI, distributed server, flexible workflows, and customizable reports. The database is PostgreSQL and the server part is written in Python.

The key features of OpenERP include management accounting, financial accounting, inventory management, sales and purchase management, tasks automation, Human Resource Management, marketing campaigns, help desk, and point of sale.

Apart Linux, Windows and Mac interfaces, OpenERP has an web interface eTiny that is also available for the Turbogears web framework. OpenERP is widely  used by customers looking to automate their sales processes effectively.


6. Apache OFBiz

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It is an Open Source Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system that provides a suite of enterprise applications that integrates and automates several business process of an enterprise. The  framework offers a common data model and sophisticated business processes. There is a common architecture for all applications build around data, logic and process components. Apache OFBiz  is built on open source technologies and standards like JavaJava Enterprise Edition (JEE), XML and SOAP.

Apache OFBiz comes with a wide range of functionalities  that include

  • Accounting (agreements, invoicing, vendor management, general ledger)
  • Asset Maintenance
  • Catalogue and Product Management
  • Facility and Warehouse Management
  • Manufacturing
  • Order Processing
  • Inventory Management, automated stock replenishment etc.
  • Content Management System (CMS)
  • People and Group Management
  • Project Management
  • Sales Force Automation
  • Work Effort Management
  • Electronic Point Of Sale (ePOS)
  • eCommerce
  • Human resources (HR)

OFBiz introduces the concept of screens where each page typically represents a screen.  It's architecture allows rapid customization of the application to a business needs without any new coding.

7. JFire

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It is a comprehensive and flexible ERP solution for businesses of all size. The system offers enterprise processes with powerful analysis, reporting, and customization options. It has been designed to be highly customizable. JFire is a highly scalable system that can support small companies as well as giant companies with extensive user base, multi-currency & multi-language requirements. JFire is developed with the latest technologies such as J2EE 1.4, JDO 2.0, Eclipse RCP 3.3.

Key modules in JFire include

  • Accounting
  • Flexible Price Configurations
  • Store Management
  • Reporting
  • Integration with external payment and delivery interfaces
  • CRM

8. ERP5

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This is a strong community that offers powerful ERP solution for small businesses. ERP5 is fully packed with features that includecustomer relationship management ( CRM), production management (MRP), supply chain management (SCM), product design management (PDM), accounting, human resources and e-commerce. For the small businesses, ERP5 has an Express edition which integrates ERP, CRM and KM funtionalities.

It offers a web based platform that can be used and configured for users and administrators through a browser. It provides an intuitive and polished user interface that makes an easy to understand ERP system.

9. Opentaps

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It is a complete open source platform. Opentaps features a modern architecture that includes a complete full ERP and CRM solution.  The ERP solution also includes mobile connectivity and built-in business intelligence tools. Key modules in opentaps are Online Store, CRM, Warehouse Application, Financials, Purchasing and Administrative Applications

Although not the best of the lot opentaps serves as one of the best open source ERP software as an alternative to expensive and inflexible commercial ERP solutions. It would perfectly fit the replacement for in-house solutions that are difficult to maintain or extend, or as a starting point to build your unique business model and processes.

10. ADempiere

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It is essentially a business suite that combines ERP, CRM and SCM support for business processes. ADempiere is an open-source ERP software that provides a framework for extending and customizing to meet business needs. Adempiere is developed in J2EE technology, especially using the JBoss application server. It's database support is restricted to Oracle and PostgreSQL.

Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Malayalam Kambi Kathakal

Malayalam Kambi Kathakal


Dams in Kerala might have come up mainly in the past four decades but being located in the most scenic spots these are now a major tourist attraction of the state. A walk on top of these humongous structures would reveal the splendour and calm of the river down and would also give the traveller, the breath taking sight of the surrounding landscapes. The best time to visit dams in the state would be during rainy season when the flood gates open to let out the roaring jet of water that gushes down to the river below.

Dams in Kerala

Dams in Kerala: Photo by Kumar Mullackal

Banasura Sagar Dam

The largest earthen dam in the country, Banasura Sagar Dam is built on the serene Kabani River in Wayanad district of Kerala. A view from the top of the Dam would give you the splendid sight of the river dividing into tributaries even as it stretches through the enchanting landscape. Bordered by the tall green Banasura Hills, the charm which the river emanates is breath taking. The sight of the string of Islands which are seen once the reservoir gets filled up might compel you to go on a boating tour of the river.

Interestingly, the dam site is also the place from where the adventurer in you can set out on a wild trek. Several trekking spots in Banasura Hills attract more tourists to the place. The dam is located 21 km from Kalpetta in Wayanad district and can be reached on road without much bother.

Banasura Sagar Dam: Photo by rjstyles

Banasura Sagar Dam: Photo by rjstyles

Malampuzha Dam

The 6066 Ft high dam built on Malampuzha river of Palakkad district would be the place which would thrill you beyond limits. The height of the dam and the magnificent scenery around the reservoir would just take one's breath away. Sand banks, rare sight of wild birds and lush green surroundings would give you the visual feast you might just need during your vacation.

The scenic spot also has an amusement park – Fantasy Park, which will offer you rides that will thrill and chill the senses. The amusement park also has a rope way which will offer a tour of the reservoir in carts suspended over 40 feet above the ground. The dam and reservoir are located about 8 km from Olavakode railway station and 13kms from Palakkad town.

Malampuzha Dam: Photo by vinod.sankar

Malampuzha Dam: Photo by vinod.sankar

Chalakkudy Dam (Peringalkuthu dam)

Also known as Sholayar Dam, this dam is built on the tranquil Chalakudy River in Thrissur district of the state. The dam also captures the scene splendour of the river which is fringed with forests and lush greenery. Also one of the popular trekking locations the place is a hot spot for tourists from across the country and abroad. The dam is close to Athirapally and Vazhachal waterfalls which are known for their sparkling white spray and refreshing surroundings.

Located 85 km from Kochi and over 30 km from Thrissur, the place is the best locale to catch the sight of wildlife and rare avaian population. One can get there on road and the nearest railway station is Thrissur.

Chalakkudy Dam: Photo by suffering_socrates

Chalakkudy Dam: Photo by suffering_socrates

Peechi Dam

Built across Manali River, the dam has an unbelievable vast catchment area of 3,200 acres and is the spot which wildlife enthusiasts should not miss. Surrounded by several lush green botanical gardens and fountains with frothing spray, the location is one of the perfect vacation spots in the state. And for those interested in the wild side of nature, boating and trekking is allowed in the area.

If one gets lucky one might just come across tuskers and tigers on the reservoir banks where the Peechi wildlife sanctuary is located. The dense, moist deciduous forests and semi-evergreen forests in the catchment area are also treasure troves of orchids and medicinal plants. During guided tours offered by the state tourism department one could even get a sight of Tigers, Leopards, Wild Dogs, Sambar, Spotted and Barking Deer. Located at a distance of 23 km from Thrissur town, the dam can be reached on road. It is also close to the port city Kochi which is over 70 km away.

Peechi dam: Photo by Lijo Varghese

Peechi Dam: Photo by Lijo Varghese

Vazhani Dam

Built across Vadakkancheri Puzha, the dam is a place for adventure tourism. Those brave ones could go for trek in the forests in the catchment area and experience the lush greenery and undulating landscapes. The place is also developed into a weekend resting spot by the tourism department and hence parks, amusements slots and eateries are plenty near the dam.

Vazhani Dam: Photo by Febin

Mattupetty Dam

Located in hilly terrain in Idukky district, the dam is that spot which is lush green perennially. Also a major source of hydroelectricity, the reservoir is usually full through the year, offering you the perfect location to spend your holidays.

While visiting this scenic location one could enjoy trekking through the dense Shola forests around Mattupetty which is also home to a variety of birds. A walk along the hillside with its many waterfalls and rivulets would bring to you a priceless sense of oneness with nature. The trekking enthusiasts among the group can even follow the rivulets to the spots where the water gushes down forming small waterfalls. The place is also a much favoured boating spot as several tour operators in the area offer even speed boat rides.

Also located close to the hill station Munnar (13 km away), Mattupetty dam attracts tourists through the year.

Mattupetty Dam: Photo by Sanju

Mattupetty Dam: Photo by Sanju

Kundala Dam

Located in the scenic green town of Kundala just about 20 km from Munnar the dam is a must visit spot during your visit to Kerala. Surrounded by undulating hills laden with tea gardens, the visit to the dam would give any traveller a complete sense of stillness and peace which in itself is rewarding. While the view atop the dam is breathtakingly beautiful, one should also not miss the feel of the sprawling nine-hole golf course located in the vicinity.

While visiting the spot one should not give the shimmering blue Kundala Lake a miss. Standing by the lake one can enjoy the stillness of a photographic frame which is splendid with the sedate mountains in the backdrop, the unending tea gardens dissected by a narrow meandering road in the rear side, fleeting mist up above and a mirror-like lake down below.

Kundala Dam: Photo by Anoop Joy

Kundala Dam: Photo by Anoop Joy

Parambikulam Dam

Built across the serene Parambikulam Lake, the dam offers a bird's eye view of a sprawling green landscape. With the Shola forest, a natural abode of teak trees surrounding the dam, the place is the spot a wildlife lover should not miss. The Parambikulam Wildlife sanctuary situated in the lush green forests around the reservoir is treasure trove of flora and fauna. Over a hundred different species of mammals and birds are found in the area, nature lovers say. Also close to the Silent Valley the place is a must visit spot. Located in Palakkad district the place can be reached on roa

Thursday, 27 September 2012

Ice cream parlour kerala sex scandal

The ice cream parlour   kerala sex scandal is one of the long running sex scandals in Kerala state, South India. Accusations first appeared in 1997 that an ice cream parlour in Kerala was actually a brothel; furthermore, it was alleged that a number of high ranking politicians were among the brothels' owners.[1] In addition, accusations have been made that members of the Kerala government have deliberately obstructed progress in the investigation in order to protect themselves, relatives, or friends.

In a new turn to a decade-long sex scandal in Kerala, investigators have found that there was no ground for re-opening the case based on the allegation that the original probe was sabotaged by IUML leader and state Industries Minister P K Kunhalikutty.

According to sources, the special investigation team set up to probe the allegation recently filed its report in a court in Kozhikode stating that there was no evidence to substantiate the charge that the 'Ice cream parlour' sex scandal case was sabotaged.

The case pertains to allegations that an ice cream parlour in Kozhikode beach was used as a cover for running a sex racket in the late 1990s.

Though he never became an accused in the case, Kunhalikutty had come under a cloud in the wake of the scandal and even quit the ministry then.

The scandal resurfaced last year, on the eve of assembly polls, with a relative of Kunhalikutty saying that he had helped his kin to wriggle out of the case by indulging in improper means, including bribing the witnesses and meddling in the legal processes.

A fresh probe was ordered by the then LDF Government headed by V S Achuthanandan on revelations of K A Rauf, a relative of Kunhalikutty.

Reacting to the reports on the fresh turn in the case, Mr Achuthanandan said he would continue his legal battle.

"It is evident from the reports there has been a conspiracy to sabotage the case this time as well. The police have adopted flawed legal processes", he told reporters.

Meanwhile, Mr Rauf said he would consult his lawyers and carry forward with legal procedures against the decision of the investigators.

Countering Mr Achuthanandan's charge, IUML state general secretary K P A Majeed said the CPI(M) leader appeared to be oblivious of the fact that the allegation was probed by a police team set up when his Ministry was in power.

The team had reached its conclusions after conducting an "honest and transparent" investigation, Mr Majeed told reporters in Malappuram.

He said IUML is glad that the investigation had proved the charge against Kunhalikutty was baseless and concocted by rivals to tarnish his image.

Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

hotmalluactresss: Kerala Sex Scandal | Kochukeralam

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Kerala Sex Scandal | Kochukeralam
Sep 25th 2012, 10:25

Kerala Sex Scandal | Kochukeralam.

Yet another sex scandal, reportedly involving influential people, is rocking Kerala after a top court pulled up the state government for lapses in investigation.

Four people, including the victim's aunt who allegedly sold the minor to a gang running the sex racket, were arrested. But most of the culprits, including kingpin Lata Nair, are still at large.

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said the government took the court's observations seriously and acted accordingly. The investigating officer was suspended from service and a special investigation team headed by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) R. Sreelekha has taken over.

The girl from Kiliroor village in the central Kerala district of Kottayam was lured into flesh trade offering roles in television soaps and was taken to various places both within and outside the state.

She came back and delivered a child on Aug. 15 after abortion attempts failed. After delivery, she fell seriously ill and was shifted to Kottayam Medical College.

Her condition continues to be critical. This was the latest episode of a series of cases of minor girls being trapped and sexually exploited for months together.

Local newspaper reports said a top television channel official and a controversial NRI businessman were also involved.

A fortnight back, the priest of a temple, his wife and three children ended their life in a suicide pact leaving a note accusing Lata Nair of dragging the family into the scandal and extorting tens of thousands of rupees.

"We admit the faults. Investigation was progressing at a slow pace. But no culprit would be spared," Chandy told journalists in Cochin yesterday. He also said the police had failed to take the court into confidence.

Opposition Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M), meanwhile, accused Chandy of shielding the culprits. The CPI-M state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan said two sheets containing names of "influential people" were missing from the police case diary submitted in the High Court.

The High Court observed that there was no "efficient and expeditious" investigation.

According to the police, the girl must have been in the racket for nearly a year and exploited by many people. They refused to divulge more details saying the investigation was in early stages.

The High Court found that the complaint lodged by the victim's father with the superintendent of police had not been treated as the First Information Report. The page one of the complaint was different from pages two and three. The contents of the pages were found contradictory.

It directed the High Court Registry to sign and affix a High Court seal on the pages of the complaint to ensure that no further tampering with the complaint took place.

Rights activist K. Ajitha, who unearthed some eight years ago a similar case known as Calicut Ice Cream Parlor case, in which several teenage girls were allegedly lured into flesh trade, urged the chief minister to ensure that the 'high and mighty' are not let off scot-free.

"In all the similar cases in the past like Suryanelli, Vithura, Pandalam, Calicut Icecream and Thoppumpady, all the influential people escaped law using money and muscle power," she told journalists here.


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Friday, 21 September 2012

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