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Thursday, 20 February 2020 1.48 PM IST

New turning point in Nedumkandam custodial death case

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KOTTAYAM: There is a new turning point in the custodial death case of Rajkumar. It has been revealed that the amount of Rs one crore he collected before he was taken into custody was for a CPM leader. This leader has a close relationship with the district police chief. On the previous day of taking him into custody in the financial fraud case, he had contacted the leader many times asking him to rescue him.

Rajkumar collected an amount of Rs 1000 as processing fees from almost 5000 people in the name of the finance company stating to give an amount of Rs 100,000 as loan. When the loan was not obtained, many thronged his house and created an uproar. He called somebody in front of them and said, ‘the money given should be returned, should not prolong it anymore. I will be behind bars, sir please,’ some who were cheated heard him saying this. The police can easily trace the person if his mobile phone is examined. With this, the involvement of the police chief is doubted. The police had gone with Rajkumar to recover the money but only an amount of Rs 72,500 was obtained. Suma Dileep, the collection agent of the company had revealed that the money reaching the company daily was sent to Kumali in the evening and was handed over to somebody. But she doesn’t know to whom the money was given. Rajkumar had once told that the money was deposited in a chitty company in Kumali. The money was taken in his car. Ajimon, husband of Manju, the manager of Haritha Finance arrested in the case, used to accompany Rajkumar. The truth will come out if Ajimon is questioned.

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