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Satnam Case: Crime Branch submits report

Published: 04th September 2012 02:22 PM  |   Last Updated: 04th September 2012 02:22 PM   |  A+A-

By ENS

The Crime Branch team investigating the death of Bihari youth Satnam Singh filed a report before the court on Monday, arraigning four working patients of the Government Mental Health Centre, Peroorkkada, in the case.

The team also produced the accused, Biju and Dileep, hailing from Thiruvananthapuram, Manjeesh of Kollam and Sarath Chandran alias Pratheesh of Alappuzha before the Judicial First Class Magistrate court here.

All four persons were arraigned as the third, fourth, fifth and sixth accused in the case. Magistrate K P Sunil remanded the four accused in judicial custody till September 11.

Biju was sent to the District Sub-Jail and Dileep to the Poojapura Central Prison.

Manjeesh and Sarath Chandran were sent back to the mental hospital, where they will be under judicial custody.
Meanwhile, the Crime Branch decided to dispatch a team to Bihar to collect more information regarding Satnam Singh and also to record the statements of his parents and relatives.

A Crime Branch Circle Inspector will lead the team.

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