Kerala man gets life term for stabbing youth to death
| Tuesday | 26th November, 2019
By Express News ServiceTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Thiruvananthapuram Additional Sessions Court has found a Nemom native guilty of murdering a youth for petty reasons and sentenced him to life imprisonment.
Madhu, 44, a resident of Karumam colony near Nemom was sentenced to life by Additional Sessions Judge Jose N Cyril for fatally stabbing 19-year-old Shehenshah, a resident of Tirumala, in 2012.
The prosecution case was that Shehenshah owed Madhu a small amount of money and when he failed to return it in time, Madhu picked up a quarrel with him.
At the time of his death, Shehenshah was doing a computer course after completing Plus-Two course.
The prosecution was represented by Public Prosecutor M Salahudeen.The prosecution had produced 23 witnesses, 24 documents and six material evidence to prove the case.
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