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Emmerdale’s Meena ‘will return for 50th anniversary’ as eagle-eyed fans spot giant clue

Emmerdale fans have noticed clues in the final scene of Meena Jutla on ITV that could hint that the killer will return in the future.

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Emmerdale: Meena sentenced to life in prison

Emmerdale fans are convinced that a clue at the end of Monday’s episode of the ITV drama revealed that Meena Jutla will be back, later this year.

The character was sentenced to at least 75 years in prison for her crimes in the latest episode, which left her heartbroken.

When Meena finally faces justice, she is heard screaming and crying as she is taken to her cell.

There, reality sinks into the cruel Meena, who bangs on her cell door for attention, while also sobbing in her bed – begging the officers not to ignore her.

But it’s something in the final scene of the episode, and what is believed to be Meena’s final Emmerdale scene, that sparks speculation this isn’t the end for the villain.







Emmerdale fans believe a clue at the end of ITV’s Monday episode gave away that Meena Jutla will return
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As the camera focuses on the hallway outside Meena’s cell, as she continues to cry, viewers spot something written on a board on the wall.

It had Meena’s name on it, as she was an inmate in a particular cell, and it also detailed who was running that part of the prison.

Some fans were quick to notice that the sign had the name ‘I Beeker’ written on it – confirming this was an officer who appeared to be working in that area.







Emmerdale fans have noticed clues in Meena Jutla’s final scene on ITV that could hint that a future return is ahead.
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Of course fans, and Meena, already know who this is, as Prison Officer Ian Beeker is the officer Meena manipulated before the trial.

She had asked him to leave an unlocked door at the courthouse so that he could make her escape, after having previously managed to convince him to bring her gifts such as snacks and a newspaper.

So when Beeker went back to his words and didn’t help her, Meena was furious – while fans were confused as he seemingly disappeared.

Now, his name has appeared on the board outside her cell so it looks like they will be reunited very soon – unless, of course, that board remains unaltered.

That said, fans believe the name is a clue to what might happen next, and some predict he will eventually help her escape prison.

Viewers took to Twitter to question if this is confirmation that Meena will be back for the 50th special later this year, as it looks like she left for good reason. .







Prison officer Ian Beeker is the officer Meena manipulated before her trial
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One viewer said: “Why do I have a feeling Meena will be back for the 50th anniversary?”

Another said: “And the officer in that cell is me Beeker. That’s the guy she manipulated. Bet they’ll bring her back for the 50th time.”

The third added: “The evil, disfigured Meena will return for revenge in October during the week of the big 50th anniversary for the show, I call it that.”

Meanwhile, another tweet read: “Although I was too early on her passing, I think today won’t be the last we see her. I think she will be back. again for @emmerdale’s 50th anniversary…”

Any theories or thoughts on the plot? Let us know in the comments section below.

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7:30pm on ITV, with an hour-long episode on Thursdays.

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