She went to the kitchen of the hostel to get herself a glass of water.
After Anna had fallen hopelessly in love, the infidel cast Anna aside for another woman. Anna sought seclusion after the affair of the heart.
They pleaded with the Chief Minister of the Kerala State Government to investigate the death as a homicide.
The outcome was that the investigation was taken over by the Kerala Police. The inquiries into poor Abhaya’s death were “lengthy, convoluted and unsatisfactory, plagued by internal conflict, bitter rivalries and allegations of corruption and bias, compounded by pressure from many quarters to bring the case to conclusion.” In other words, politics interfered with the integrity of the investigation. Rumours were rampant that the Crime Branch destroyed material evidence that pointed to homicide.
Anna provided husbands with poisonous remedies, advising the latter to leave the “medications” where their wives could sample them.
Although vegetable-based poison is very difficult to detect, Anna also used arsenic in her “remedies,” and the poison was presented before the court to help secure a conviction.