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Shifa Al Jazeera Medical Group offers a helping hand
May 4, 2016, 1:34 pm

Mother of Jisha, the victim who was brutally tortured and sexually assaulted before being murdered, is being offered a piece of land of 5 cents for building house and Rs. 300,000/ by Dr. K. T. Rabeeullah, Chairman of Shifa Al Jazeera Medical Group.

In a chilling reminder of the ‘Nirbhaya’ incident in New Delhi, Jisha, an LLB student in Kuruppampady near Perumbavoor was brutally tortured and sexually assaulted before being murdered, revealed the postmortem report.

The report also revealed that the culprit had used a sharp weapon to extract her intestines. Jisha suffered over 30 stab injuries. Her chest was pierced by a double-edged dagger. The severe injury inflicted on her head led to her death, according to the postmortem report. The postmortem was conducted at the Alappuzha Government Medical College.

Jisha was found dead at her house on 28 April at 8:30pm by her mother Rajeswari. According to the police, the victim completed her LLB course at the Government Law College, Ernakulam, but could not clear some subjects and had been preparing for the examinations of the pending papers. Her father, Pappu, had separated from the family years ago. Her mother is a daily wage worker and the family has no close contacts with the neighbors.

Jisha bid farewell to this world leaving dreams of becoming a lawyer and thereby earning decent livelihood for her mother and herself including a house of their own.  Understanding this unique situation, Dr. K. T. Rabeeullha has come forward to offer helping hand to Jisha’s mother, and at the same time expresses his deep pain over the incident and shares the sorrow of her mother.

In order to facilitate handing over the announced assistance to Jisha’s mother, Ashraf Vengat, CEO, Shifa Al Jazeera Polyclinic, Riyadh, Shakir, General Manager Shifa Al Jazeera Ruwi Hospital and Satheesh Eriyalath, Media Personality have been designated. And they will be in Kerala at the soonest, Dr. Rabeeullah said in a statement.

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