PONDA: The additional district and sessions court, Ponda on Wednesday sentenced Akhilendra Kumar Singh, alias Anis, a native of Uttar Pradesh, to rigorous imprisonment for ten years in an effort to murder case.
Bela N Naik, the district judge-2 and extra sessions judge, Panaji sitting Ponda, also led the accused to pay Rs 20,000 and experience an extra rigorous imprisonment for two decades. In case the accused pays the fine, it’ll be provided to the sufferer, the court has ordered, people prosecutor Satyawan Raut Dessai explained.
The prosecution analyzed 12 witnesses throughout the course of trial, Dessai explained.
Singh, a native of Basuchak village of Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh, has been accused of trying to kill his roommate on the night of November 17 and 18, 2017.
Police records say that Lalbahadur Singh, afterward 35 years older, the accused that had been 28 years old then and Chhoturam worked as casual labourers at construction sites and so were staying at a rented room in Koparwada, Curti together.
The episode came to light when Chhoturam returned into his room during the night and discovered Lalbahadur lying unconscious while Anis was overlooking. He hurried him to Ponda sub-district hospital and informed his brother Monturam.
After a complaint from Monturam, currently staying Deepnagar-Curti, authorities apprehended the accused out of Kenjar, a village around the Mangaluru airport street.