Uthra murder case: Evidence collection begins at Suraj's house
Adoor: In the controversial Uthra murder case, accused Suraj was taken to his residence at Parakode here on Wednesday for evidence collection around 11 am.
Suraj broke into tears when he met his family members and relatives at the house. Later, he repeated to media and his family that he did not commit the crime.
Suraj is booked for murdering his wife Uthra using a snake.
Police carried out the evidence collection at Suraj’s bedroom, drawing room and terrace.
Uthra had found a venomous snake on the staircase for the first time. Suraj described those incidents to police from the same spot. Later, he was taken to the terrace where he told police that he threw away the snake from the terrace.
Meanwhile, police got information that Suraj destroyed something by setting fire on the same day when Uthra suffered the first snake bite. Police are searching this area as well.
After the evidence collection at his house, Police will take Suraj to a bank in Adoor. It is reported that Suraj visited this bank to take the Uthra’s gold ornaments kept in the locker here. Evidence collection in the bank will be carried out to confirm this matter. CCTV visuals in the bank will be recovered for this purpose.
At the same time, police also collected the evidence near Enath bridge. In his statement police, Suraj confessed that the snake catcher Suresh handed over the snake to him at a spot near the bridge.
Though Suraj requested the police that he want to talk to his family members, the police denied permission.
Meanwhile, the accused’s family moved legally to get bail for him.
Lawyers from High Court visited Suraj’s family members the other day. The lawyers observed that his bail plea will be rejected at the district court. Hence, his family is planning to move High Court.