Actor Saju Navodaya gets emotional in protest group for justice for Valayar girls He said that he was worried about having no children for years, but that he no longer wanted children. The actor got emotional after a street drama by a group of filmmakers against the acquittal of the accused in the Valayar case.
‘I’ve been childless for ten to fifteen years. It’s terribly sad. But I don’t want to have children anymore. I am a clear political thinker. Not against any politics or party. But those children need justice. There are a lot of events like this. Only the fingers are known to the public. There are so many unknowns, so many children … those who do all this will be released again after six months. “Again, we will treat the little ones,” he said.
The government has decided to appeal the verdict in the case. The Public Prosecutor who has argued the case will be appointed by an experienced senior prosecutor. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan held a meeting with the Director General of Prosecution Manjeri Sreedharan Nair and Chief of Police Loknath Behra to look into all the legal possibilities for reelection.
The National SC and ST Commission said on Tuesday that there was serious deterioration in the case. The chief secretary and the DGP will be summoned to their headquarters in Delhi for an explanation. Vice-chairman of the commission L Murugan said the police and prosecution had handled the case lightly. The 13-year-old sisters of the 13-and-9-year-old committed suicide in the Valayar r