Voice clip reveals conspiracy against Thushar Vellappally in cheque bounce case
Dubai: In the controversial cheque bounce case charged against Thushar Vellappally, it is learned that the complainant Nazil Abdullah purchased the cheque to trap Thushar in the case. Voice clips of Nazil revealed that he made payment to an acquaintance to get Thushar’s cheque to trap him in the case.
The voice clips disclosed that Nazil paid Rs 5 lakh to the man to get the cheque.
Thushar Vellappally, head of Bharath Dharma Jana Sena (BDJS) was arrested after a cheque for Rs 19 crore given to his business partner Nazil bounced. After being released on bail, Thushar alleged he was trapped in the case and asserted he had no financial dealings with Nazil.
The content of the voice clip also favoured Thushar’s statement.
A voice clip of the phone call between Nazil and his friend in Kerala gave the crucial revelation in the case. In the phone conversation, Nazil told his friend that he needs Rs 5 lakh to get the blank cheque and requested him to raise the amount. Nazil also promised his friend that he will share the amount which will be received after the case settlement. In this conversation, Nazil clearly stated that he will get the blank cheque signed by Thushar after paying Rs 5 lakh.
The telephone conversation also revealed how the duo conspired against Thushar. They planned to trap him when he arrives in Dubai. Nazil hoped that he will get at least 6 million Dirham through the settlement of the case.
“Once Thushar is trapped in the case, his father Vellappally will give the money,” said Nazil in the conversation.
Nazil earlier planned to write 10 million Dirham on Thushar’s blank cheque. But later 6 million Dirham was written on the cheque.
Nazil also stated that Thushar will not be able to prove his innocence if the allegation on financial cheating was raised. He planned to misuse Thushar’s practice of giving blank cheque and agreement papers to his business partners.