The body of the deceased schoolgirl was buried on Saturday along with her plus 2 book in Periyanesalur village of Cuddalore district with tight police security around the village.

The book was tied to her body as she had intended to opt for medicine. 

More than 100 women gathered at the Periyanesalur graveyard.

Political leaders, including DMK party state Minister CV Ganesan, AIADMK MLA Arunmozhithevan, and Moovendar Munnetra Kazhagam President Sridhar Vandaiyar, also participated in the funeral.

More than 100 women gathered at the Periyanesalur graveyard.

Kallakurichi Superintendent of Police, R Pakalavan escorted the body from Kallakurichi Government general hospital amid tight security and handed it over to her parents on Saturday morning for last rites.

Subramanian, the victim’s neighbour said: “We don’t want any outsiders at our beloved girl’s funeral. Her father was a farmer like us and had gone to Singapore. Her mother worked as an insurance advisor and slowly they picked up in their economic status. The girl used to commute to school daily before taking up an accommodation in the hostel on July 1. It is a real tragedy to our whole village.”

Meanwhile, Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry, will study in detail the autopsy records of the class 12 student and submit a final report in a month’s time.

This report is expecte to  clear the air of mystery over the mysterry dath of the girl 

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Earlier After running an initial investigation at the private school in Kallakurichi’s Kaniyamoor, where a minor girl allegedly killed herself, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) have reported that the school’s hostel was functioning illegally.

NCPCR Commissioner Saraswati briefed the scribes following the investigation.

She said the school authorities have housed 24 girl students in the hostel without approval. 

“I have raised the issue to the district Collector and the girl’s safety would have been ensured had the school not flouted the legalities,” she added.

A Class 12 student’s suspicious death on July 13 and violence that followed on July 17 had set off a Statewide uproar. 

While parents of the girl, educationists and activists alleged failure of the school system for not ensuring safety of the children. 

Taking the accusation further, some even allege that the school authorities’s ‘coerced’ the student to take the extreme step.