When Central Govt. tigtens Grip; Muslim League attempts to sabotage the investigation

published on September 23, 2014

There has been a move to safeguard the eight accused in the child
trafficking case of transporting children from other states to Mukkom
orphanage. Sources state that the move now is to dilute intensity of offense and get offenders out, in order to pack them to foreign lands.

According to sources, Minister for Social Welfare, along with a couple
of officers in the department and Muslim League bigwigs are said to be
behind the fraudulent brainwave.

4 out of the 7 accused are said to be members of the minority
community, involved in child trafficking racket since quite a number
of years. They are some of the most active members who ensure a steady
supply of children into Muslim run orphanages.

Agents are said to be behind the entire episode, with those standing
in the forefront being arrested. However, the arrest of these agents
has caused quite a flutter, with apprehensions of the names of bigwigs
cropping up being a strong possibility.

The master plan being hatched to get those accused out, is by stating
that it is perfectly ethical in coming to Kerala in search of jobs and
that children too fall into this category. The statements also call
for their protection by state government.

Suspicions are said to have been aroused with the transfer of a very
diligent DIG, who was looking into the matter, with investigation
being steered in the right direction.

Out of the 7 accused, 3 hails from Jharkhand, while 4 are natives of Kerala. The incident of 268 children being brought from Jharkhand into an orphanage in Mukkom had created a raging controversy in Kerala. The matter has been discarded in rank of importance, by both ruling and opposition parties in the state. The case is now being handled by the judiciary.

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