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Kerala Vismaya Case Verdict today Digital evidence, including audio recordings, will be crucial

The verdict in the Kollam Additional Sections Court case will be pronounced at 11 am

Kollam: The verdict in the Vismaya case that shook the conscience of Kerala today. The judgment will be pronounced by the Kollam Additional Sections Court. Vismaya, a BAMS student, committed suicide at her husband’s house in Sasthamkotta after being sexually assaulted by her husband Kiran Kumar, a motor vehicle inspector.

Digital records, including audio recordings of the wonder, will be crucial in the case. Kollam Additional Sections Judge KN Sujith will pronounce the verdict at 11 am.

Her father Trivikraman Nair’s conversation with her husband Kiran Kumar about the harassment she faced was released yesterday.

The conversation about the harassment that took place in the husband’s house has come out as the court is about to pronounce the verdict in the much discussed case in Kerala.

An MBBS student from Nilamel on June 21, 2021 at her husband’s house in Sasthamcotta Poruvazhi. Vismaya was found dead. According to the case, Vismaya committed suicide after being physically and mentally abused.

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The case against Kirankumar’s husband is that he was constantly harassed because he was not satisfied with the car given as dowry and did not get the promised gold.

The first accused in the case, Vismaya’s husband Kiran Kumar, was granted bail. The chargesheet was filed under nine sections, including incitement to suicide.

The 500-page chargesheet was filed in court. There are 102 witnesses, 92 records and 56 bribes in the case. The trial in the case began on January 10.

Following the case, Assoc. Kiran Kumar, a former motor vehicle inspector, was sacked by the government from his job in the motor vehicle department.

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The prosecution alleges that Kiran Kumar committed crimes such as dowry torture, incitement to suicide, injury, intimidation and solicitation of dowry.

Five witnesses, father of the accused Sadasivan Pillai, nephew Anil Kumar, wife Bindukumari, sister of the accused Keerthi and husband Mukesh M Nair, had defected during the interrogation.

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