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Businessman held for attempting to kill security guard in India


(MENAFN- Khaleej Times) The angry businessman crushed the guard between his luxury car and a wall causing him grave injury in his backbone.

Trivandrum: A businessman who caused a furor two years ago by letting his nine year-old son to drive his Ferrari was arrested by the police in Kerala on Thursday for attempting to kill a security guard at a posh residential complex at Trichur.



The guard who has been identified as Chandra Bose from Kandassankadavu village in the district is battling for his life at a hospital in Trichur town. Hospital authorities said that he was now on ventilator support.



Police said the businessman Mohammed Hashim had brutally assaulted the guard as he was late in opening the main gate of the residential complex when he arrived at around 3.30 am on Thursday. The angry businessman crushed the guard between his luxury car and a wall causing him grave injury in his backbone.



Later he took him in his car to the parking area and beaten him up with iron rods. He stopped the assault only after other workers in the complex came to the rescue of the guard. Trichur district police chief termed the assault heinous.



He told reporters that he had directed the concerned police station to register the case under strong sections including Corrective Action and Preventive Action (CAPA) which is usually invoked against hoodlums.



Hashim who was arrested in the underage driving case on the charge of endangering the life of a child by allowing the minor to drive has more than 10 cases pending in various police stations in the state. One case is related to locking up a woman officer who sought to inspect his car in his house.



He fell in trouble in the underage driving case when he posted the video showing his minor son driving the high-end luxury car with his five-year-old brother in the passenger seat in the Youtube. The video was widely watched and created an outrage across India forcing the police to file charges.

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