Jose k Mani, Jose K. Mani’s Son Was Detained And Freed After Siblings Were killed by a Car, The charges against KM Mani include driving while negligently endangering another person and committing involuntary manslaughter. The suspect who had been detained the previous evening and freed on bond, according to the Kottayam SP. K. Karthik said. Two individuals were killed when Jose K. Mani’s son K.M. Innova driven by Mani (19) crashed with a scooter. Matthew John and Jins John were at the scene of the accident. At the base of Karikatur Pataliplav Hill, Mathew John (Gis-35) and his brother Jins John (30), who were riding on a scooter, both passed away. The collision took place on Saturday evening about six o’clock.
Jose K. is the proud owner of an Innova. According to the available evidence, he is Mani’s brother-in-law. The FIR contains a note from the responding officers stating that a male driver aged 47 was operating the vehicle at the time of the collision. However, Jose K. was the one operating the automobile. Mani’s son K.M. The accusation against Mani was made public on that day. Strong opposition was voiced in response to this as well. KM Mani has been charged with manslaughter and negligent driving, and the case has been opened against him. The suspect who had been detained the previous evening and freed on bond, according to the Kottayam SP. K. Karthik said.
The slain brothers and their mother had just returned from visiting their mother’s sister in Karukachal when the tragedy occurred. They were driving on a scooter when it was struck by a vehicle that was heading toward Manimala from Karikatur. Both were taken to the Kottayam Medical College Hospital in an attempt to save their lives, however they passed at about one in the morning on Sunday. Both of them worked in the manufacturing of aluminum. Mathew and Sisamma’s son Yohannan is a stonemason in the family business. Mundathanam Puthalpurakkal Ansu is the name of Matthewjohn’s spouse. At the Aravinda Hospital, Ansu Ponkunnam works as a laboratory technician.