Jisha murder case: Verdict to be pronounced on Tuesday

Ernakulam: A court here will pronounce its verdict in the sensational Jisha murder case on Tuesday.The trial in the case has been completed. It took 85 days to complete the trial in the case.The Ernakulam Principal Sessions Court began the hearing on April 4, 2017.Law student Jisha was found dead in her house at Iravichira in Rayamangalam Panchayat on April 28, 2016. The probe team had found that Jisha was brutally raped and murdered. After a one-and-a-half-month probe, the police concluded that Assam native Ameer Ul Islam was the main accused in the case. Subsequently, police arrested Ameer Ul Islam from Kerala- Tamil Nadu border.

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