Beedi tycoon Nisham threatens brothers using mobile phones from jail

Meanwhile, media reports claimed that Nisham frequently gets in touch with his business associates, wife and other relatives, using mobile phones.

By: PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Updated: October 22, 2016 7:10 pm
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Beedi tycoon Muhammed Nisham, convicted for killing a security guard by beating him and ramming his Hummer SUV into him, has allegedly threatened his brothers from jail using his mobile phone. Two of his brothers have filed a complaint before the Thrissur Rural Superintendent of Police, R Nishantini, alleging that Nisham had threatened them from Central jail in Kannur, where he is lodged, by calling from his mobile phone.

Meanwhile, media reports claimed that Nisham frequently gets in touch with his business associates, wife and other relatives, using mobile phones. Top police sources said the matter would be looked up by the Director General of Police, Prisons.

Reacting to the reports, Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala said it was a matter of concern that Nisham was getting VIP treatment in the prison. He also demanded stern action against officials who provided him “silent support”. Earlier, police had ordered a probe into allegations that special treatment was being provided by prison authorities to Nisham, who is serving 24 year imprisonment.

Nisham had rammed his Hummer against security guard Chandrabose (51) after brutally beating him up as he was reportedly angry over the delay in opening the main gates of the posh residential complex ‘Shobha city’ in Thrissur in the early hours of January 29 last year.

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    Oct 22, 2016 at 7:54 pm
    c p chandRa das from Memphis, USAlt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;The convict is behaving in a very strange manner. He is not amenable to discipline. But he disciplines others !
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      KS KUMAR
      Oct 22, 2016 at 4:24 pm
      Congress wanted Modi to take credit for breach of security in respect of debit cards. I hope Sonia and Yechury will take credit for this fellow's dadagiri from jail in Keraa. Of course congress, who has taken funds from Zakir Naik, must have got funds from this tycoon also.
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        Chandru
        Oct 22, 2016 at 11:13 am
        How can anyone take action against a Muslim?lt;br/gt;It will not be secular!lt;br/gt;Leftist secular govt can not act!
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          Darshak
          Oct 22, 2016 at 10:57 am
          Beedi (Beeri) or for that matter tobacco, is so harmful for health that it costs the society more than the earnings from the tax collected, in real terms.lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;Cultivation of tobacco should be phased out gradually so the labourers, thru alternative skill development programs,
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            Shyamal Ganguly
            Oct 22, 2016 at 11:52 am
            Judges, the police, the lawyers are all part of the nexus to keep this criminal alive. He should have been hanged.
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              Anad
              Oct 22, 2016 at 12:29 pm
              No power on earth can take action against this psychopath and criminal who was controlling the state thru criminal politicians, police and judiciary .He is not a beedi tycoon as reported in media but using beedi business as safe source of export of drugs to middle east countries.All political parties in state re on his pay roll and the rumour is that he paid almost 30 cr to local DCC president and local leaders of CPM to enjoy the luxuries inside jail.He is driven in his luxurious car to out side the state for investigation by noen other than the police officers .His ets are with more than 3 billions .He will come out safe from jail as the authorities will facilitate him to remove all evidences
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                Vasudevan Venugopal
                Oct 22, 2016 at 3:24 pm
                Chandru: In this case it is not the question of Muslim or Hindu. It is the question of a powerful criminal who is super rich.
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