An action council constituted by social activists in Cherthala has expressed dissatisfaction over the police investigation into the missing of Bindhu, 46 from Kadakkarappally.

The members of the council said that they would approach the Kerala High Court demanding a CBI inquiry into the case. Meanwhile District and Sessions Court, Alappuzha on Monday posted the anticipatory bail plea filed by Mini alias Jaya, one the accused in the case, for July 4.

Earlier in May, the police launched an investigation based on a complaint filed by Bindhu’s brother P. Praveen Kumar of Padmanivas, Alumkal Junction, Kadakkarappally, alleging that his sister who owned assets worth crores of rupees had gone missing under mysterious circumstances couple of years ago. The complainant alleged that some real estate brokers had taken possession of her assets after forging documents. Following this, District Police Chief S. Surendran constituted three teams to probe the missing of the woman and the alleged land dealings. The police had issued a lookout notice to trace her. As per the notice, Bindhu, went missing on August 10, 2013.

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