Thiruvananthapuram: The Crime Department of Kerala Police has registered an FIR towards two individuals, together with the previous driver of the controversial photo voltaic rip-off case accused Saritha S Nair, for allegedly trying to homicide her by giving meals laced with chemical compounds together with mercury and lead. The FIR, filed on November 8, was registered underneath Sections 307, 420 and 120B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Sections 307 and 420 of the IPC offers with the try and homicide and cheat respectively whereas legal conspiracy is handled in Part 120B.
The case was registered towards Thiruvananthapuram resident Vinu Kumar saying he conspired with different accused in a sexual assault case associated to a photo voltaic rip-off matter, and tried to homicide her for monetary positive aspects. The FIR says Kumar was her driver since 2014. It additionally states that the accused tried to kill her by including chemical compounds together with arsenic, mercury and lead, to her meals.
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The FIR additionally states that Nair noticed the accused mixing some powder in her juice after she was leaving the CBI workplace to provide her assertion in a case. She and her confederate Biju Radhakrishnan had allegedly swindled many individuals of crores of rupees promising to put in photo voltaic panels and providing franchises and jobs of their firm, Workforce Photo voltaic Renewable Power Options Firm.