The Haneefa Commission of Enquiry was asked to probe whether there were failings during the investigation and prosecution stages of the twin deaths.
The girls’ mother said that she was happy over the decision to hand over the case to the CBI, despite the delay.
Criticising the Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan for not keeping his promise to bring the guilty to book, the parents warned that their agitation seeking justice would continue until all demands were met.
The three accused have been ordered to be present before the trial court on January 20.
When a train crosses the Palakkad Gap and into Tamil Nadu, one simply cannot help thinking of a long-forgotten train driver from Britain who died on the call of duty in the 19th century.
Ravi, 38, a resident of Dharmapuri in Tamil Nadu and Prabhu,30, of Thiruvanamala were arrested.
The accused’s body was found hanging at a time when the mother of the victims has launched an agitation demanding justice for her daughters.
The mother of the two children said what is needed is a re-investigation and not follow-up investigation.
Jalaja Madhavan, the former public prosecutor in Wayalar case involving the sexual assault and unnatural death of two minor girls, has accused the chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan of creating a smokescreen.
The assurance comes a day after the parents of the two Dalit girls began a week-long sit-in front of their thatched home at Walayar in Palakkad district on Sunday.