Shooting Case: Vikram Goud Gets Conditional Bail
Hyderabad: Vikram Goud, son of Mukesh Goud, who was arrested for allegedly staging an attempt on his own life, was sanctioned bail on Saturday. Nampally Court heard arguments on his bail plea and sanctioned him conditional bail. The court directed him to sign in the police station every Sunday.
Vikram, who nursed political aspirations, thought such an act would get him some sympathy from his voters. Besides, as a business man, Vikram was said to be in financial crisis and was hounded by financiers. To escape from this, he planned this shoot out six months ago, the police then said.
As the police could not find any evidence to confirm that someone else shot Vikram, they started suspecting his role. When the police started digging in the direction and questioned Vikram, he spilt the beans and admitted that he had planned the whole thing.
As he was hit by bullets, he was treated at Apolo Hospital. The police gathered crucial evidence, and arrested the mastermind as responsible for the shooting.
Vikram, after recuperation, was sent to remand. Five more accused were arrested in the case, along with Vikram.
With the information they got from questioning Vikram, the police arrested five people and booked a case against him. While Vikram Goud was made A1 accused in the case, Nandu was made A2, Shaikh Ahmed A3, Rayees Khan A4, Babu Jaan A5, and Govind Reddy A6.