Brother of Former Miss Kerala runner-up seeks probe in the investigation of car crash

Kochi: Amidst the speculations over the accident which claimed the lives of three, including former miss Kerala Ansi Kabeer and the first runner up Ansi Kabeer and the first runner up Anjana, the family of Anjana has come forward seeking a detailed probe.

Speaking with media, Anjanas brother Arjun stated that “his sister didnt face any issues till she left the hotel but something happened during the journey at Kundannur junction.”

In the complaint, Arjun Shajan has asked the police to probe the role of Roy Joseph, owner of the hotel where the models participated in a party and one Shaju Thankachan who followed them in his luxurious car after the party. “Some of the emerging details are serious. We want a thorough probe into the role of hotel owner Roy Joseph and Thankachan,” Arjun said in Kochi. Earlier, the parents of former Miss Kerala Ansy Kabeer, another accident victim, also filed a similar police complaint

During the investigation, the police found that the car was being tailed by an Audi car. Moreover, CCTV visuals from the hotel in Kochi were missing. During the probe, the police also found that employees retrieved the storage disk of the party area, as directed by the owner, and threw it into backwaters later.

The fatal mishap took place on November 1 at around 1.30 am when the driver hit a tree on the roadside to save a motorbike rider in front of them. The car mangled in the impact, and it took some time for the rescuers to retrieve the trapped, the police said. Both Ansy and Anjana died on the spot while their friend Mohammad Ashiq, an advertising professional, died after a week. The driver escaped with minor injuries, the police added.

Ansy was crowned Miss Kerala in 2019. In the same competition, Anjana ended as runner-up. After the accident, Ansy’s mother, unable to withstand her daughter’s tragic end, tried to die suicide but was saved by her relatives.

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