Kerala: Security guard could not live in his newly-constructed home even once

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Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 18: 50-year-old K Chandra Bose, who was working as a security guard at Sobha City in Thrissur and had succumbed to the internal injuries on Monday, Feb 16, has a heart-wrenching tale.

According to a report published in Indian Express, Bose had bought a five cents of land in Kanjani village six years ago, but due to financial crisis, he could only afford to build one room and kitchen.

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Recently, he managed to construct two more rooms and a concrete roof over his home and was planning to shift soon to his newly-constructed home.

But destiny had other plans for him, as he was not only brutally beaten up by the tobacco tycoon Mohamed Nisham but he was crushed under the Hummer SUV, when there was some delay in opening the entry gates of the apartment.

On Monday, he passed away following multiple operations at a private hospital.

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According to doctors, who were treating him, Bose's ribs had broken from nine places and an arm was badly fractured.

Family left in the lurch

Bose is survived by his wife Jamanthi, who works as a daily wage labourer and two children- a daughter who is studying engineering at the National Institute of Technology in Kozhikode and a son who is in Class IX.

Bose, who struggled to provide better education to his children, earlier worked as an auto driver and as a painter.

Six years ago, he decided to work as a security guard, where he was being given a meagre salary of Rs 9,000.

Sobha Group to bear expanses of his children's education

According to the IE report, the officials at the Sobha City Group has decided to bear the expanses of Bose's children education fees and also pay the amount of his last salary every month till next five years.

Killer Businessman denied bail

Meanwhile, a local court on Feb 17, Wednesday denied bail to Kerala-based businessman Mohammed Nisham, charged with murder following the death of the security guard against whom he had rammed his luxury vehicle.

District and Sessions Judge B Sundheendrakumar dismissed the bail petition filed by Nisham.

Chandrabose battled for his life for 18 days and succumbed to injuries on Feb 16.

Nisham, owner of King Beedi Co, had allegedly in an inebriated state, physically assaulted Bose and later rammed him with an SUV, a Hummer, following an argument over delay in opening the gate on January 29 at Sobha city, a posh residential township.

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