Kerala Professor TJ Joseph hand chopping case: Main accused MK Nasar surrenders

MK Nasar, main accused in 2010 Kerala Professor TJ Joseph hand chopping case, on Friday surrendered before National Investigating Agency (NIA) court in Eranakulam, Kerala.

Updated: Nov 06, 2015, 14:36 PM IST
Kerala Professor TJ Joseph hand chopping case: Main accused  MK Nasar surrenders

Thiruvananthapuram: MK Nasar, main accused in 2010 Kerala Professor TJ Joseph hand chopping case, on Friday surrendered before National Investigating Agency (NIA) court in Eranakulam, Kerala.

A special NIA court had sentenced 10 people to eight year rigorous imprisonment on 08, May 2015.

Thirty seven persons were chargesheeted by NIA in the case.

The persons sentenced in the case owe allegiance to Popular Front of India and were convicted for chopping the right hand of TJ Joseph, professor of Newman College in Thodupuzha in Idukki district when he was returning home after attending Sunday mass at a church in Muvattupuzha in Ernakulam district on July 4, 2010.