news Monday, February 23, 2015 - 05:30
The News Minute | February 23, 2015 | 5.30 pm IST Mohammed Nisham, owner of King Group of companies, arrested for the murder of Chandrabose, a security guard in Kerala, is now in for more trouble. Nisham, a controversial businessman, witnesses told the police, rammed his Hummer into a security guard in rage. Even as the murder investigation against him is progressing, there are two cases against Nisham in Bengaluru, which will help Kerala Police charge him under KAAPA or Kerala Anti-Social Activities (Prevention) Act. One case was filed by a city resident in December 2014 who alleged that Mohammed Nisham, in an inebriated state, had sped with his car near a popular mall in the city. When objections were raised, Nisham tried thrice to ram his Lamborghini into the complainant. At the time of placing the complaint, the complainant did not know who was driving the car and so a complaint was filed against an unknown person initially. The police later found out that Nisham was behind the wheels and put his name in the complaint.  Another cheating complaint has been filed against Nisham by a woman at the Pulakeshi Nagar police station, sources said. The Thrissur police have already come to Bengaluru and taken details of both cases. Meanwhile, Kerala police questioned Nisham’s wife for three and a half hours on Sunday. After the incident on January 29, she had gone missing. The police issued a notice asking her to surrender for interrogation. She has reportedly told the police that she had reached the spot after her husband telephoned her. She also said that she entered his car without knowing that Chandrabose, the security guard was inside it- after ramming his car against Chandrabose, Nisham apparently put him inside the car. It is only after the car reached the garage that she came to know about his being present inside the car, she told the police. She refuted the claim made by the witnesses that Nisham was in possession of a gun. She also told the police that she herself was a victim of domestic violence at the hands of her husband. She had even filed a case with the police in this regard but her husband settled the case outside the station. Read: 'We are not representing Mohammed Nisham', Advocate General Dandapani's family to TNM Tweet Follow @thenewsminute
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