According to Jomon Puthenpurackal, the CBI failed to provide facts in the Sister Abhaya murder case to the Kerala High Court.

Human rights activist Jomon Puthenpurackal played a key role in ensuring the case reached its logical conclusion . Puthenpurackal said he would sue the Supreme Court for a failure in the case .

KOCHI (Kochi)-Human rights activist Jomon Puthenpurackal, the convenor of Abhaya Action Council who played a key role in ensuring the case reached its logical conclusion after the Kerala High Court gave interim bail to the convicts in the Sr Abhaya lawsuit on Thursday, filed an accusation against the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI.After the bail application was submitted, Puthenpurackal claimed that CBI did not produce a counter affidavit and that the court failed to include the facts.Puthenpurackal said he would sue the Supreme Court for a failure in the case and contact the CBI director and prime minister, citing the CBI's inefficiency.No one should be blamed if they suspect that CBI was instrumental in helping the convicts get bail in the lawsuit after they were found guilty by a CBI special court.

The deputy SP, who is the CBI's investigating officer, did not file a counter request.They even hired a Telangana lawyer who does not speak Malayalam and did not even read the case's merits to represent the corporation.According to Puthenpurackal, the CBI prosecutor failed to present the facts correctly and respond to the allegations made in court.CBI also claimed that he did not object to him speaking with the prosecutor to discuss the case.

According to prosecutors, the CBI's standing counsel position in the high court has been vacant for the past year.Puthenpurackal has just published his autobiography titled Daivathinte Swantham Vakkeel (Gods own advocate), in which the Sr Abhaya case is the primary subject.