KATTAKADA MURDER: JCB DRIVER SURRENDERS BEFORE POLICE

Kattakada: The JCB driver who killed the land owner with the bucket of the vehicle surrendered before the police on Friday morning. JCB driver Vijin had gone underground immediately after the incident but later surrendered before the police on Friday morning. The deceased was identified as Sangeeth from Ambalathinkala. Sangeeth was hit on his head by a JCB bucket by a gang of criminals when they were questioned about their excavation work. Irri...

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