TP Murder case: Case against six witnesses who turned hostile
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The News Minute | June 24, 2014 | 8:32 AM IST A special additional sessions court on Monday ordered to register cases against the six witnesses in the T P Chandrasekharan murder case who turned amid the trial. Cases under perjury charges will be filed against T K Sumesh alias Kochakkalan Sumesh, V Vijesh, Nithin Narayanan, K Smitesh, Anshith Narayanan and K K Subin. The judge, Judge C Krishnakumar said that future proceeds will be heard by the judicial magistrate court. The six witnesses gave statements before the magistrates of Nadapuram and Payyoli, but they retracted these statements while the case was being heard in the special additional sessions court. \ In this case, 52 witnesses turned hostile in total, the Opposition wanted to initiate perjury charges against 22 of these witnesses. Based on the petition, the preliminary inquiry shows that the six witnesses have evidence against them. If found guilty, the witnesses will have to undergo seven years of imprisonment. The court earlier rejected the petition to initiate perjury charges against 10 other witnesses.