Man booked for murder attempt forges HC order to prevent arrest, finally gets caught 

Binil / Mathrubhumi News

Kerala High Court

Kochi: A person who forged Kerala High Court order to prevent arrest in case pertaining to attempt to murder his wife, has been finally held by Karamana police here. The accused is identified as Prashant Kumar who is reportedly a lawyer.

Earlier, Kumar was booked under the charge of murder attempt for allegedly bludgeoning his wife to death. When the police initiated action to arrest him, his anticipatory bail plea was before the court. The accused and his aides prepared a fake court order restricting the police from taking stringent actions against him.

The prosecution’s complaint was that there was an attempt to mislead the investigating officers by forging a court order which restricts the arrest. Over the matter, Director General of Prosecution intimated Kerala High Court Registrar General. On the review of documents of those including IT Cell, it came to light that the court did not issued such an order.

The prosecution also demanded that strict action must be taken against those involved in the forging.

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