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KOLLAM: In the case related to the death of a hotel management student after he allegedly fell down from train, police have arrested his co-passenger. The arrest follows the hint that the death was a murder.  

Pathanamthitta native Ullas was the person who died and the person in the custody of Kannapuram police is Kollam Ashramam native and 25-yr-old youth.

The death occurred two months ago in Kannur between Kannapuram and Payyannur. It was initially presumed that he had died after falling off train accidentally. But now the police suspect the youth and Ullas’ friend who travelled with him to be behind the murder as he didn’t cooperate with them for interrogation and went off to Goa.

He was arrested when he visited his house in Kollam yesterday. Meanwhile, his relatives have said the police were deliberately trying to trap him.

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