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KOZHIKODE: The Special Additional District Sessions Court (Marad cases) here on Thursday set free five persons allegedly involved in setting a house on fire during the communal clashes in the coastal village of Marad in January 2002.
Pronouncing the judgment, special judge Sophy Thomas exonerated all the accused in the case relating to setting the house of Thekkethodi Vasanthi ablaze on January 3. The victim had claimed a compensation of Rs. 3 lakh.
The court said the prosecution failed to prove the charges against the accused. It exonerated Nallupudiparamba Latheef, 34; Nallupudiparamba Manaf, 30; Seemamudakathu Ashraf, 45; Kuttichendakathu Muneer, 26; and Seemamudakathu Noufal, 31; of all charges.
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