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Sunday, 03 July 2022 2.13 PM IST

Vismaya case verdict to be pronounced soon; Judge K N Sujith arrives in chamber

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KOLLAM: The verdict in the Vismaya case will be pronounced by the Kollam additional sessions court by around 11 am on Monday. Judge K N Sujith has arrived in the chamber. Vismaya’s husband Kiran Kumar is the only accused in the case. The court will consider it as the 14th case.

Kiran Kumar has been charged under various IPC sections on offenses of dowry death, dowry harassment, abetment to suicide, voluntarily causing harm and criminal intimidation, which could land him in prison for up to 10 years. The verdict will be pronounced after 11 months. The trial had lasted for four months. Digital evidence, including audio clips, will prove to be decisive in the case. A total of 41 witnesses had appeared before the court.

According to the prosecution, Kiran had regularly tortured Vismaya with the intention of abetting her to suicide. The verdict is being pronounced within a year of Vismaya’s death. Vismaya was found hanging inside a toilet nearby the bedroom at Kiran Kumar's house in Sasthamkotta on June 21, last year.

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