Crime file: Father accused of killing five-month-old; three minor girls raped in MP and more
Father accused of killing fIve-month-old
Tirupati: A 28-year-old farm labourer, allegedly killed his 5-month-old son on Sunday evening. The baby’s body was being gnawed at by dogs when villagers found it. The incident that occurred near Rampuru village in Puttur division, came to light on Tuesday evening.
According to the police, Babu had married Uttamma, 25, last year. They had a son five months ago. The couple is believed to have had a fight over Babu’s alcoholism some time ago. Uttamma then left for her parents’ house. On Sunday, an angry Babu took their son away.
While Babu is absconding, villagers recovered the dead infant’s body when they noticed some dogs gnawing at it.
Next: Three minor girls raped in MP
Three minor girls raped in MP
Sidhi: Three persons were arrested for allegedly raping three minor girls in separate incidents here, police said on Wednesday.
Kamlesh Rawat (18) and Gulab Kol (19) lured two minor girls at Sada village in the district and allegedly raped them after taking them to a desolate place on Monday night, they said.
In another similar offence, the accused, Shankar Gadariya (20), raped a 17-year-old girl at Hardia village, after taking her to a secluded place on Monday. In both the cases, the victims informed their parents about the crime following which they filed a police complaint and subsequently
Next: 2 arrested for killing rowdy Mental Raghu
2 arrested for killing rowdy Mental Raghu
Bengaluru: The Vijayanagar police have arrested two people in connection with a murder on June 5. The deceased, who was in central prison earlier, was said to be pestering other former inmates of the jail for money after coming of jail leading to his murder, the police said.
The Azmat Ulla alias Gooli, 24, a resident of Thalaghattapura, and Suban alias Junglee, 20, a resident of Hosahalli in Vijaynagar, have been charged with murdering Raghu alias Mental Raghu alias Girish Kumar alias Motte, 30, a native of Puddur village in Hassan. Raghu was attacked near a mosque in Hosahalli on June 5 night and he died at Nimhans.
The police said Raghu was allegedly involved in criminal cases and was lodged in Parappana Agrahara Central Jail. There he was allegedly pestering Vaali alias Ravi, arrested in some other case, for money. After some months, Ravi was released, but Raghu kept threatening him with dire consequences if the money was not paid.
The accused who were accused on Tuesday.
"Ravi, who was waiting for Raghu's release, hatched a plan and asked his associates to murder him. Raghu was attacked near the mosque as per the plan," the police said.
The police are on the lookout for Ravi, Tabrez, Vishwa alias Solle, Vinod and Girish, who are allegedly involved in the murder. The deceased, Raghu, was also involved in murder, attempt to murder, robbery and extortion cases.
A sword used in the murder has been recovered from the arrested, the police said.
Next: 20-year-old dies on rail tracks
20-year-old dies on rail tracks
Hyderabad: A 20-year-old Chartered Accountancy student, identified as I. Gopal, was killed at Lingampally on Monday night. He was crossing the railway track at Lingampally railway station when a goods train hit him.
He succumbed to his injuries on Tuesday morning at Gandhi Hospital. The victim, who is a resident of Muralinagar, was returning home from college after writing a competitive exam.Though railway guards and locals rushed Gopal to the nearest private hospital and later to the Gandhi Hospital, he succumbed to injuries on Tuesday morning. He had sustained serious head injuries.
Next: Melkote priest suspended for theft
Melkote priest suspended for theft
S.V. Krishna Chaitanya I DC
Mysore: The temple committee of the 1000-year-old Sri Cheluvanarayana Swamy at Melkote has suspended its High Priest Narasaraja Bhat for pocketing gold and silver ornaments gifted to it by a devotee.
The eight-member committee met late Monday evening and decided to suspend the priest with immediate effect and the official orders were passed on Tuesday.
The decision was taken based on a report by Pandavapura Assistant Commissioner R. Latha, who found the priest guilty of making away with valuables worth lakhs gifted to the temple in 2009.
As a temporary arrangement, the committee has replaced the High Priest with his brother, Varadaraja Bhat, who is the co-priest. While locals objected to his appointment, head of the committee, Ramesh Raju clarified that the arrangement was only for three days to make sure there was no interruption in the daily rituals.
The committee has in the meanwhile asked the office of the Endowment Commissioner to take a decision on who should replace Narasaraja Bhat.
It has also recommended an investigation by a government agency like the CoD into various allegations of misappropriation in Melkote.