The Kerala High Court acquitted the accused in the Nilambar Congress Office Murder Case.
The evidence that causes every aspect of the evidence to rest, persuades us to give the accused the benefit of the doubt and acquit him of the charges leveled against him, including the Justice of the Bench. Vinod Chandran and MR Anisha were involved.
The deceased, who was working as a sweeper, was allegedly murdered on 5 February 2014 inside the office of the Congress Block Committee in Nilambur, Malappuram. One of the accused was a local assistant to the minister and secretary of the local committee’s office. Of the then ruling party. The sessions court convicted both the accused under sections 201, 404 and 342 302, 376 (1).
According to the prosecution case, the murder was carried out inside the computer room of the party office, after which the body was dumped in jute sacks and the goods of an accused were taken to the vehicle and removed from the spot. The goods vehicle was parked inside a residential complex near the road in Unnikulam, until the evening and then at night the body was disposed of, tied to two stones in a pond for the purpose of submerging it.