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Probe ordered into how Kerala teacher was ‘transported’ to Karnataka

Thiruvananthapuram, April 23 (IANS) Wayanad District Collector Adeela Abdullah on Thursday announced that a detailed probe will be carried out as to how a woman was able to travel from the state capital and pass through the check posts at Wayanad and enter neighbouring Karnataka.

“Everything would be looked into and cases would be registered against those who may have helped her in anyway. Likewise, when she returns, a case would be registered against her also. She travelled using a pass issued by the police.

“The police are not the competent authority for inter-state travel. Everything will be probed,” said Abdullah.

The Keralite is a school teacher with Kendriya Vidyalaya in the state capital, while her husband is working in Delhi.

According to the reports, she travelled from here using a pass issued by an official attached to the narcotic wing of the Kerala Police.

She arrived at the Kerala-Karnataka border in Wayanad district in a State Excise department vehicle and those at the check post allowed it to pass.

She later got down from the vehicle and entered another waiting vehicle and drove away.

–IANS

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