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Mysuru healer, saved hostage to get drugs particulars, killed in Nilambur

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Mysuru healer, kept hostage to get medicine details, killed in Nilambur

By Express News Service

MALAPPURAM: In a heinous crime, a standard medical practitioner from Mysuru was killed by a bunch in Nilambur in October 2020 after conserving him hostage for over a 12 months. The culprits reduce his physique into a number of items and threw them within the Chaliyar river close to Edavanna. 

The homicide got here to gentle one-and-a-half years later, following a rift that developed within the group main the primary suspect to file a theft case in opposition to the opposite three. Nilambur police have arrested Shaibin Ashraf, 42, of Kaipenchery in Nilambur, Ponnakkaran Shihabudheen, 36, of Sultan Bathery, Thangalakath Noushad, 41, Sultan Bathery, and Naduthodika Nishad, 41, of Nilambur to date. Shaibin is the primary wrongdoer within the case and in line with police, he’s an industrialist. The different three labored for him.

According to the police, Shaba Sharif, 60, had been working a clinic in Mysuru the place he handled hemorrhoid sufferers efficiently utilizing a secret conventional drugs.  Shaibin approached Shaba searching for his service to deal with a hemorrhoid affected person. But his actual intention was to acquire the small print of the drugs that Shaba used for treating hemorrhoid sufferers and begin a enterprise promoting it. He made Shaba journey with him to take care of the “patient” in Kerala.

When Shaba refused to share the small print of the drugs, Shaibin locked him up in a room in his home in Nilambur. Shaba confronted extreme bodily assaults in the course of the interval. “One day in October 2020, Shaibin brutally assaulted Shaba when the latter refused to divulge the details of the medicine. He kicked Sabha in his chest following which he died,” stated Malappuram district police chief Sujith Das. 

Rift in gang exposes Nilambur homicide

After the loss of life, Shaibin with the assistance of Shihabudheen, Noushad and Nishad destroyed the proof. “The very next night, the group cut the body into several small pieces,” Sujith Das added. Shaibin and Nishad took the physique items close to the Chaliyar in a automobile, whereas Shihabudheen and Noushad adopted them in one other automobile and so they threw the items within the river.

A sequence of dramatic incidents had unfolded earlier than the crime got here to gentle. In one such incident, Shaibin lodged a criticism with Nilambur police on April 24 in opposition to Shihabudheen, Noushad and Nishad. He claimed that the trio had stolen Rs 7 lakh and a laptop computer from him. Nilambur police took Shihabudheen and Nishad into custody primarily based on the criticism. Sujith Das stated Thiruvanathapuram police handed over Noushad to Nilambur police.

The rift the trio had with Shaibin led them to steal the cash and laptop computer. Following the police criticism, Noushad together with some others threatened to immolate themselves in entrance of the Secretariat in Thiruvanathapuramon on April 29. They threatened to commit suicide claiming that they confronted threats from Shaibin. 

“Noushad revealed the incidents that led to Shaba’s murder when we quizzed him. Later, we took Shaibin into custody and questioned him. He confessed to the crime. During our investigation, the Mysuru police informed us that they had registered a case on August 2, 2019 based on a complaint filed by Shaba’s family members that the traditional medical practitioner had gone missing from the city. We also got a video which showed Shaba standing with his legs shackled in a room in Shaibin’s house. We showed the video to Shaba’s family members who identified him,” the SP stated. Sujith Das stated it is without doubt one of the rarest case they’ve dealt with.