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No trust in probe team: Chandrabose’s wife

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Thrissur: Citing lapses on the part of the police team, Jamanthi, wife of Chandrabose, has said she has no trust in the probe into the death of her husband.

She told reporters the cops had failed to take Chandrabose's testimony when he was stable while undergoing treatment at hospital.

“I don’t think the probe will move in the right direction,” she said.

Chandrabose, the security guard, succumbed to his injuries on Monday after controversial businessman and habitual offender Mohammed Nizam brutally beat him up at his posh apartment at Thrissur.

Mohammed Nizam, owner of King Beedi co, allegedly in an inebriated state, physically assaulted the security guard and later rammed him with an SUV, a Hammer following an argument over delay in opening the gate on January 29 at Sobha city, a posh residential township here.

Chandrabose, according to hospital sources had nine fractures on his ribs, his lungs had ruptured and there were five wounds in his intestine, besides fractures on his hips and vertebra.

Police had charged Nizam with murder following Chandrabose's death.

On Wednesday, the Cabinet had decided to grant a solatium of Rs.10 lakh to the next of kin of Chandrabose.

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