Lecturer attack: Court to attach property of main accused
Aluva: Revenue authorities today prepared a
sketch of the property of Nasser, an activist of radical
outfit Popular Front of India and one of the main accused in a
case of attack on a lecturer whose right hand was allegedly
chopped off by PFI workers.
The Thasildar, Deputy Thasildar of Paravoor and other
revenue authorities prepared the sketch and would submit it to
Ernakulam District Collector and Muvattupzuha court, which had
issued the orders for preparing it, officials said.
After the sketch is submitted to the court, authorities
will be able to attach his property.
As per the sketch, Nasser has 38.2 cents of land and a
house measuring 129 sq m at Kunjunnikara in Kadaungaloor
village in Paravoor.
The Special Investigation Team probing the case has
submitted the attachment order to the District collector.
Police had also issued a look out notice against Nasser.
Lecturer T J Joseph`s hand was chopped off on July 4 by
suspected PFI activists, while he was returning home from a
church with his family, for preparing a question paper which
allegedly contained derogatory references to Prophet Mohammed.
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