Kannur, Aug 6: Five police officers who rendered unlawful help to Mohammed Nisham, who has been held for Chandrabose murder case, were suspended from the service.
Mohammed Nisham, a business man is the accused of Chandrabose murder case.
Nisham rammed his hummer deliberately into Chandrabose, a security guard of Sobha city, a residential township, where Nisham owns an apartment. [Hit by Kerala's controversial businessman, security guard dies]
Nisham who was detained at Kannur Central Jail was taken to Thrissur District Court on August 4 by the police. The officers took Nisham to a restaurant in Thrissur after the court posted the hearing of the case to 2 pm.
Kannur AR Camp SI KT Pradeep, civil police officers Pratheesh, Jijo George, Sudheesh and Dhananjayan were suspended by Kannur DIG Dinendra Kashyap on the report of Thrissur City Police Commissioner.
A complaint raised by Special Prosecutor C.P. Udayabhanu said that, Nisham is in detention period and meeting family members without the permission of the court's permission is violation.
Nisham is the Managing Director of Tirunelveli-based King Beedi Co. Nisham has hotel and jewellery businesses in the Middle East. [Kerala CM announces Rs 10 lakh aid to family of security guard]
He had run into controversy in 2013 for allowing his 9 year old son to drive Ferrari car in Thrissur.
Chandrabose was hit by Nisham's Hummer car for delay in opening the gate of the township.
Nisham pinned the guard to the wall using the vehicle and attacked using an iron rod.
Chandrabose succumbed to injuries while undergoing treatment on February 16.