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The court said that as a lawyer he was aware of the implications of his actions and sentenced him to life in prison on 12 July 2002 by judge V. He was found guilty of Sections 120 (B) (criminal conspiracy), 363 (kidnapping), 366 (A) (kidnapping with intent to rape), 368 (illegal confinement), 332 (hurting a public servant), 373 (buying a minor for sex), 376 (rape), 376(2)(B) (gang rape), 392 (robbery) read with Sections 109 (abetting a crime) and 34 (common intent) of the Indian Penal Code.

After receiving his sentence, Dharmarajan only served a small part of his sentence. Basant, overturned the lower court's verdict and acquitted 35 of the 36 accused due to lack of evidence.

Additionally, he pointed out that contusions or abrasions occurring in the initial days would have healed by the end of the ordeal, given the timeline.: Events of the first 24 hours Munnar: The girl left hostel on 16 January. The man abandoned the girl on the bus and disappeared in midway. She decided to travel onward to Kottayam where her mother's sister lived. Reaching Muvattupuzha, she took an auto-rickshaw to the KSRTC bus stand.from Suryanelli village in Idukki district, disappeared from her hostel.The family had come to Suryanelli because the father, employee of the Department of Telecommunications, had been posted there.From there, she took a fast passenger bus towards Trivandrum. She introduced the girl to one Sreekumar, who was later identified as Dharmarajan, a lawyer and prime accused.On this bus, she noticed an woman, later named as Usha (accused #2). He promised that he would take her to Mundakayam later.He had been sent to the Central Prison, Poojappura on 13 July 2002 and 25 October 2002 he had been released on bail. On 20 January 2005, a Kerala High Court bench, comprising Justice K. Dharmarajan's sentence was reduced from life imprisonment to 5 years.The court decided that her statements cannot be taken as the truth in absence of collaborating evidence, as she had been deemed untrustworthy.The girl lived in the hostel of the Little Flower Convent School in Munnar, where she was a student.Her father reported her disappearance, but despite a police search she was not found.On the same night, her father had reported her as missing.An assistant sub-inspector had conducted a search but could not find her.