Nuns tried to hide Sister Abhaya’s death: Ex-fire officer

While they had told the police that Sr Abhaya had gone missing, Mother Superior of the convent told Vamadevan that the nun had fallen into the well accidentally.

Published: 01st September 2019 03:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st September 2019 03:04 AM   |  A+A-

Sr Abhaya, Sister Abhaya

The body of Sister Abhaya, a resident of the Pius X Convent in Kottayam, was found in the well of the convent compound on March 27, 1992.

By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: In A sensational revelation in the Sr Abhaya murder case, former Assistant Divisional Fire officer Vamadevan indicated at the CBI special court that nuns at the St Pius X Convent, Kottayam, had tried to hide her death from authorities.

While they had told the police that Sr Abhaya had gone missing, Mother Superior of the convent told Vamadevan that the nun had fallen into the well accidentally.

On the fifth day of the witness trial, Vamadevan said then Mother Superior  told him that Sr Abhaya had accidentally fallen into the well when she went to operate the pump adjacent to it.

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