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Father of the girl hails UK court judgment

It may be recalled that VS Jyothirmayi left for Birmingham in September last to pursue Master of Public Health court at the University of Wolverhampton and was found murdered in her apartment around 4pm on May 6, 2008 has been convicted and sentenced by a local court to a 25 years jail term.

The girl's father N Saibaba on Wednesday thanked the Birmingham detectives and the court for punishing the culprit. He welcomed the Birmingham court's verdict convicting Nalluri Nagaraja Kumar for killing her daughter in the apartment. Initially, the detectives of Birmingham suspected that the murder was a consequence of racism, they later found the involvement of the girl's friend Nagaraja Kumar in the offence.

The judge Melbourne Inman said that he struck her at lest 12 times and undoubtedly many more blows were struck. Nalluri took a photo of the victim when she was either dead or dying as well as carrying out a serious sexual assault on her. The judge said the sexual assault had increased the depravity of the killing. The prosecuting lawyer Michael Burrows said that the defendant loved her but she did not reciprocate his love and he had take some dumbbells to the victim's room and struck her on the head. He then stripped her naked and tried to have sex with her. He also used a knife to cut his wrists and neck and wrote in blood on the wall that he loves Jyothi. Saibaba, the father of Jyothirmayi said that the trial was held between December 8 to 11 and the verdict was delivered on December 12.

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