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Scarlett's mother returns to Goa
April 26, 2008 23:34 IST
Fiona Mackeown, mother of slain British teenager Scarlett Eden Keeling, said on Saturday that she would meet Goa [Images] Chief Minister Digamber Kamat and seek clarifications on why the Central Bureau of Investigation's probe into her daughter's death was being delayed.
Scarlett was allegedly drugged, raped and left to die on Anjuna beach in February.
"I will meet Goa Chief Minister Digamber Kamat, Home Minister Ravi Naik and Director General of Police B S Brar to clear my doubts about the course of investigation and why there is a delay in the CBI investigation," she told reporters.
Fiona, who had gone to UK with Scarlett's body on March 30, arrived in Panaji today evening to follow up the investigation.
Scarlett was found dead on Goa's popular Anjuna beach on February 18.