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Kerala law student raped, murdered at home. Six days after a law student in Kerala was found killed at her home, 30 marks of stabbing and her intestines pulled out, nobody has been arrested. The woman, 30, a Dalit, lived with her mother in the town of Perumbavoor, 220 km from the state capital of Thiruvanthapuram.The student’s traumatized mother has been hospitalized. Police have detained two people for questioning.The victim’s mutilated body was found on Thursday by her mother. Her friends say that despite the shocking contours of the crime, not one politician or activist lobbied for the case to be treated as a priority, and that the police “suppressed facts” and continue to suggest that the student was not gang-raped.

Kerala law student raped, murdered at home

“Rape still has to be confirmed. We are awaiting the post-mortem report which will be handed over to us today,” Inspector General of Police, Ernakulam told Media. The police have said she was strangled and smothered, and that she was hit very hard on the head before she died.The crime has been billed “Kerala’s Nirbhaya” for its unnerving similarities to the gang-rape in 2012 of a young Delhi student on a moving bus, who died of her injuries, which were so egregious that she was found on a road with her intestines visible.”She was a very quiet girl,” said a friend of the Kerala student, adding that completing her law degree was taking longer than usual “because of financial constraints”.

No arrests have been made in the case as yet.

Deputy Superintendent of Police Anil Kumar said two teams were probing into the matter. Saying that the girl was brutally murdered, Kumar ruled out the possibility of the involvement of many people in the case.With the Kerala Assembly Election 2016 round the corner, the CPI-M accused the Congress-led UDF government for the laxity in finding the culprit.