TN: CB-CID issues a legal threat about media inquiries on the death of Kallakurichi students

Crime Branch, Crime Investigation Department CB-CID, warns public not to pursue parallel probe . The High Court of Madras is investigating the case closely .

Chennai (Tamil Nadu) (India), August 6: The Crime Branch, Crime Investigation Department CB-CID, which is investigating the death of a 17-year-old girl in a school hostel in Tamil Nadus Kallakurichi, has warned the public not to pursue a parallel probe and said the High Court of Madras is investigating the case closely.In a statement released on Friday, the crime branch, Crime Investigation Department CB-CID, said that a Under these conditions, all are forbidden from releasing videos and messages in print and visual media, including social media, as this would hamper the investigation's progress, according to the investigation.According to the CBCID press release, if any individual or entity is involved in a similar parallel probe, legal action will be taken against them.In addition, court proceedings will be taken to prohibit their social media accounts and Youtube channels.If anyone has any specific facts connected to this case, it can be addressed to the Senior Officer of the CB CID with the mobile phone number 9003848126, it said.

According to the girls suicide note, she was apparently tortured by a tutor.The Madras High Court ordered a second autopsy of the girl who committed suicide after being allegedly assaulted by two teachers at her school in Kallakurichi on July 18.According to police, the first post-mortem report cited abrasions.Multiple injuries and a haemorrhage were the cause of death described in the first autopsy, triggering tense protests in the district, causing Salem police to tighten their grip on the school and other areas.Section 144 was also enforced in several sections.

Her family believes that two teachers mentally abused and humiliated her.