Vikram Goud Sent To 14 Days Judicial Remand

Vikram Goud, who was arrested and produced in the Nampally Court on Thursday was remanded to 14 days judicial custody.

Hyderabad: The Nampally Court remanded Vikram Goud, son of Mukesh Goud to 14 days judicial custody.  Vikram who was arrested on Thursday for allegedly staging an attempt on his own life was produced in the court. As soon as the hospital discharged him, Vikram was taken into police custody and was produced before the court.

Though, the police named Vikram as the prime accused in the case, police could not arrest him immediately as he was undergoing treatment for his injuries.

Vikram sustained three bullets injuries. As Vikram’s lawyer submitted to the court that since he sustained injuries on his shoulder, stomach and spinal cord and needs to undergo treatment for some more time, the court directed the prisons department to get Vikram treated either in Osmania or Gandhi Hospitals.

The Banjara Hills police who booked a case of attempt to murder on a complaint made by his wife Shefali, started suspecting after they could not collect any forensic evidence from the spot.

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.

The police are also searching for two others, Venkata Ramana alias Chinna and Ghouse accused who have been absconding. They also recovered the gun which was thrown into a water body in Hakeempet after they completed their task.

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