Chandrabose Case Verdict on January 20

Published: 13th January 2016 05:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th January 2016 05:05 AM   |  A+A-

THRISSUR:  The trial court will pronounce judgement in Chandrabose murder case on January 20, after the concluding arguments came to a close on Tuesday.

The court will state whether the accused is guilty or not on January 20, and if found guilty the arguments on the quantum of punishment will commence the next day.

Meanwhile, a petition filed by defence counsel regarding viewing the postmortem CD will be considered by the Supreme Court on January 15.

The defence counsel for the accused Mohammed Nisham had argued that it was Chandrabose who attacked the accused Mohammed Nisham as he arrived at the Sobha City in Thrissur with a baton on January 29 last year. The accused hitting the victim with his hummer car was an accident.

But, with the support of the higher police officials, the police later framed a case making the Nisham as the murder accused.

The defence lawyer Adv B Raman Pillai also attributed a role to the media for turning the accident into a murder.

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