Kerala man saved from death row by an NRI tycoon:- A man from Kerala who is residing in the United Arab Emirates is sentenced for death for killing a young Sudanese boy in 2012 in a road accident. But the 45-year-old man is left free and is sent back to India to be with his family. Becks Krishnan has been facing a death sentence but he is saved by NRI business tycoon M A Yusuffali who paid a crore for the release of Becks Krishnan. Becks Krishnan who is from Kerala was sentenced to death by the Supreme Court of UAE after it was proved that he killed a Sudanese boy. The court believes that Becks Krishnan was driving recklessly when the incident took place and Becks Krishnan rammed his car into a children's group in the year 2012 in September.
His family members have been trying hard and they lost hopes and returned back to Sudan after the death sentence was announced. The discussion about this also came to an end. Becks Krishnan's family approached Yusuffali who owns Lulu Group. He came in touch with all his stakeholders after having a study about the case. Yusuffali paid 500,000 Dirhams (Rs 1 crore) as compensation for the court after which Becks Krishnan was released by the court. Becks Krishnan was quite emotional and he could not believe that this would happen. He is left free from AI Watba Jail in Abu Dhabi.
Becks Krishnan wished to meet Yusuffali before meeting his family. All the legal procedures are completed and he will travel to his hometown in Kerala soon.