Kerala govt gives this decision regarding the Ramsi Suicide case
Kerala govt gives this decision regarding the Ramsi Suicide case

The Ramsi suicide case is taking many twists day by day. In a striking development in the suicide case of Kollam native Ramsi, the state government has moved Kerala High Court asking it to remove the anticipatory bail granted to her fiance’s family. The 24-year-old woman’s family had claimed after the death that her fiance Haaris Muhammad and his family members had a role in incidents that led to her suicide. Harris is arrested in the case after being accused of rape, abetment to suicide and causing a pregnant woman to miscarry.

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His family members including brother Asharudheen and sister-in-law Lakshmi Pramod, a television actor, against whom Ramsi’s family have made allegations, were recently given anticipatory bail by a court in Kollam. It is against this that the state government has now approached the High Court asking it to withdraw the anticipatory bail granted by the lower court. The government has argued that the lower court had granted anticipatory bail without completely investigating the facts.

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It is also known that the investigation officers have told the court that it is necessary to quiz Lakshmi Pramod and Asharudheen in custody. Last month, the case was taken over by the Crime Branch and the inquiry is directed by Pathanamthitta District Police Chief KG Simon. According to Ramsi’s family, she was in a relationship with Haaris for the past eight years and got engaged last year. Following her suicide on September 3, the family came out against Haaris and his family alleging that she killed herself as she was disappointed after he planned to marry someone else after allegedly taking gold and money from her.

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