Triple Murder Accused Sent to Police Custody

Published: 26th May 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th May 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

Triple Murder

KOTTAYAM: Narendra Kumar, 26, the accused in Parampuzha triple murder case, who was produced before the Judicial First Class Magistrate Court-I on Monday, was sent to one week police custody for completing investigation procedures. He is expected to be brought to the murder site on Tuesday  for collecting evidences. Manarcad police produced the accused before the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) Court, Kottayam as the Firozabad Metropolitan Court, from where he was arrested, had given transit warrant for the accused to be produced in the CJM court. Later, Narendra was brought to JFM court for completing legal formalities.

The police said that high security will be ensured at Parampuzha, before bringing the accused to the laundry shop, where the body of the victims were found. “As many as 200 police personnel will be deployed along the route, as the mob islikely to attack the accused,” said an official. Narendra was arrested from his residence in Firozabad, UP, on previous Friday by the investigation team led by Pampady CI Saju Varghese in connection with the murder of M K  Lalson, his wife Prasanna Kumari and their elder son Praveen Lal.

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