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Security guard murder to be probed with caution: CM

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Thiruvananthapuram: The ongoing probe into the murder of a security guard in Kerala will be carried out with the utmost caution, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy assured the Kerala assembly on Wednesday.

Chandy was responding to a demand for leave for an adjournment motion moved by the Left opposition over the murder of security guard Chandra Bose by millionaire businessman Muhammed Nisham.

"This is one incident that has shocked humanity here. In such cases we have to go forward with utmost caution to ensure that the maximum punishment is handed out," said Chandy.

Nisham, accused of ramming his vehicle into Bose and killing him, was taken into custody on January 29, the day the incident occurred.

Bose died on February 16 after which Nisham was booked under the Kerala Anti-Social Activities (Prevention) Act (KAAPA) last week.

He will not be able to apply for bail for the next six months.

Nisham is said to have first assaulted the security guard and later rammed his luxury vehicle into him at a posh villa on January 29.

Babu M. Pallissery, a CPI-M legislator who raised this issue in the assembly, said Nisham's wife arrived at the scene of the crime with a gun but she is yet to be arraigned as an accused.

"The dress which Bose had worn when he was attacked has gone missing. Despite the victim being in hospital for 18 days, no dying declaration has been recorded by the police. This clearly shows that the accused is very powerful," alleged Pallissery.

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