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Chandini will never commit suicide: Parents | Published: 13th September 2017 | Posted Date: Wednesday 13th September 2017 06:06 PM

A CCTV screengrab, which was captured near the spot where Chandini’s body was found, shows her walking with an unidentified boy.

Hyderabad: Chandini’s parents said that she was not so weak to commit suicide whatever the reason might be, and they do not have suspicions on anyone regarding the murder. They appealed to the police to nab the killers immediately and to punish them severely, so that no other girl will face such a situation in future. 

Meanwhile, the Silver Oaks School in Bachupally, where Chandini was studying, organised a condolence meet. They remembered Chandini as a disciplined student. Chandini had been studying in the school from pre-primary. Her elder sister, Nivedita Jain, had also passed out from the school and her younger brother Gautam Jain is in Class VIII in the same school.

Her father, Mr Kishore Jain, who is into textile business, said their family had only friends in the surroundings and among relatives, and had no enemies. “We have no suspicion regarding anyone. We still can’t even imagine who wanted to kill my daughter,” he said.

Chandini’s sister Nivedita said that before leaving home Chandini had told her that she was going to meet friends. “She is a very strong girl and cannot commit suicide. She did not have any problems too. This is a clear case of murder and the killers should be arrested immediately,” said Nivedita.

Chandini’s mother said her daughter was friendly with everyone, but lack of proper security for girls had led to this incident.  



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