Monday, September 29, 2008

"Total Doom" Sabarinath

Mallus have fallen prey to yet another fraud, this time its Sabarinath a Class 12 dropout.

Sabarinath fell out with his parents when they refused to give him money to start his business. He began as a financial consultant with a life insurance company and 18 months ago launched his firm Total4U. He used to offer Rs160,000 on an investment of Rs100,000 for three months. Last month, he closed down his share broking cum financial institution after cheating about 3,000 investors for about Rs 500 Crores.

As usual since the CPM-led LDF government came to power in the state, Police officials are having a tough time conducting independent inquiry. As till date, in most of the controversial cases, the name of Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan’s son and former SFI activist Bineesh Kodiyeri pop up at one point or another. Latest being this one. In this case, the mystery surrounding the business empire of Sabarinath deepens further with allegations that sons of two CPM ministers ( the son of Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, Binish and son of P.K Sreemathi, Sudhir Nambyar), supported his business dealings. Though, both police and politicians vehemently denied the allegations at one go, there were some mismatch in the police version about one of the cars the investigation team had seized from Sabarinath.

Now it has turned out that Bineesh Kodiyeri was the first owner of the Maruthi Swift car, which mysteriously disappeared from the resort of Sabarinath. Though the local police could not find out the car during their preliminary investigation, it was later taken into custody by the police from Attingal. However, in no time, the car vanished from the police custody and there was no clue or reference about the car when the case was handed over to Crime Branch for detailed investigation.

According to police, Bineesh Kodiyeri sold the vehicle to a person named Abdul Karim in Thiruvananthapuram. Sabarinath brought the vehicle from Abdul Karim. However, it is not clear why there was a concentrated effort to keep the vehicle off from the police custody?

The investigating team also nabbed Airport Shyam a local CPM leader and who is accused of holding Sabarinath hostage when the later failed to repay his money.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Those who could not invest and lose money so far in TOTAL4U can still visit their website and proceed!
What a shame, the website is still active!