Speaking to IANS, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) prosecutor Ejaz Khan said the agency would take a call on going in appeal against the judgement only after perusing the written order.
"We haven't seen the court order yet. We will get a copy of the order on Monday. We will be in a position to comment on the order only after going through the written order," Khan said.
The two were accused of sexually assaulting Keeling and leaving her to die, with a cocktail of drugs pumped into her adolescent body, at North Goa's popular Anjuna beach.
Keeling's death turned the spotlight on the issue of safety of the coastal state's beaches which attract nearly four million tourists every year.
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