CBI gets new leads in Jesna James case, the Kerala student missing since 2018
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has said a prisoner has told the agency that a fellow detainee of his when he was jailed in Kollam prison told him he knew the whereabouts of college student Jesna Maria James, who disappeared from Kerala’s Pathanamthitta five years back. The prisoner is lodged in Thiruvananthapuram’s Poojapura central jail.
Jesna was a second-year BCom student at St. Dominic’s College, Kanjirappally. She was the youngest among the three children of Fancy and James Joseph. She went missing when She left her house at Kollamula on March 22, 2018, around 9 am and was reportedly heading to the house of a relative at Punchavayal in Mundakayam.
A Special Investigation Team was formed to look into the strange disappearance of Jesna James which eventually failed to get any leads. The case was handed over to the crime branch and a cash reward of ₹five lacks was also announced for any information on James’s whereabouts.
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