A public prayer meeting was scheduled to be held Sunday."She loved Kerala and had received a lot of love and support," Skromane's sister Ilze Skromane told Indian broadcaster NDTV.Nestled amidst the mist clad hills of Munnar in eastern Kerala, Deepwoods Resort is an experience in itself.Experience warm hospitality and personalised service in One of Indias best resorts.
The quaint town of Munnar is inextricably linked with tea cultivation which was introduced by the British.
The first tea gardens dating back to 1870’s, Munnar had earned the reputation of the summer capital of British in South India.
Police are conducting further forensic tests to determine if Skromane was poisoned."If necessary, we will seek the help of the best labs in the country to ensure that a tight case is charged against the guilty," Behera told reporters Thursday.
Skromane was cremated in Thiruvananthapuram, the state capital, Thursday.
Police teams interrogated tourist guides, swimmers, rescue operators, boat drivers, fishermen and street vendors.
They also put up posters with her photo across the city but failed to get a clue. It was only after Skromane's body was found that the police were able to collect evidence.Their phone records and cellphone locations were crosschecked with where the body was found. Police have not ruled out the involvement of more people.Abraham told CBS News they will reconstruct the sequence of events by taking the suspects to the crime scene.Abraham told CBS News one of the suspects has a "background of sexual predation."On Thursday, the police told reporters that the autopsy report didn't confirm rape because the body was so badly decomposed.But Abraham told CBS News they have "circumstantial evidence confirming rape.""They gave her the substance and started sexually assaulting her," Kerala Police Chief Loknath Behera said during a press conference.Cocooned in the lap of nature, our resort is spread across 30 acres of cardamom plantations, surrounded by dense tropical rainforests along with tea and fuel wood plantations.