Friday, September 18, 2015

Nun Sister Amala killed inside Catholic Lisieux Carmelite Convent near Kottayam

Sister Amala
Kottayam: 69-year-old Catholic nun Sister Amala was found dead in her convent room at Pala on Thursday. She was found dead by other nuns at Carmel Convent who had gone to her room after she missed the morning mass at the chapel, police said.
The doors of her room were not locked from inside and they found Amala, who had sustained a deep injury on her forehead, lying in a pool of blood, police said.
Police said they have a launched a probe as it is a case of a suspected murder. The sister, who was leading a retired life, was suffering from fever since the last couple of days.
Kottayam District Police Chief Sateesh Bino and other officials visited the place and a team of dog squad and forensic experts were called to collect evidence.
(With PTI inputs)

Sister Amala's murder in Kerala: 1 surrenders; 

Twenty-three years after the mysterious death of sister Abhaya, another Catholic nun was found dead at a convent in Pala, Kottayam in Kerala on Thursday, 17 September.
According to latest reports, Nasar from Kottayam has surrendered at the Mahe Police Station claiming that he had killed Sister Amala (69), who was an inmate of Lisieux Carmelite Convent in Pala. However, the police suspect the man to be mentally unstable.
Meanwhile, reports said that a 72-year-old nun of the same convent was attacked during the night hours two days before the incident. The nun, who was sleeping, sustained injuries on her head in the attack. Police are also investigating the incident.
Sister Amala's post-mortem was conducted at the Government Medical College Hospital in Kottayam and the body was handed over to the convent authorities in the evening. The funeral will be conducted on Saturday.
What we know so far
Sister Amala of Congregation of the Mother of Carmel (CMC) was found dead in a pool of blood inside her room in the third floor of the convent on Thursday. The elderly nun was unwell for the past few days.
District police chief Sateesh Bino confirmed that the death was caused by a deep head injury. An inmate of the convent had reported missing Rs 500 on the night of the incident.
The convent has nearly 34 nuns and 17 higher secondary school students. Some reports claim that the inmates informed police about the incident after wiping off blood from the victim's face and changing her dress.

Nun Death continues

ஏஞ்சலின் நிர்மலா ரீனாஎன்ற கோவை கன்னியாஸ்திரியின் மர்மமான சாவு etc

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