Rowdy-sheeter's murder: Prime accused arrested

A total of twelve cases have been filed against Nagaraj alias Gedde Naga


Police arrested Nagaraj alias Gedde Naga at a farm house at Malavalli, Mandya district, on Friday. A total of 12 cases - including six murder cases and four attempt-to-murder cases have been registered against Gedde Naga with the Rajajinagar and Yelahanka police.

Gedde Naga’s associates had barged into Fitness World Gym in Yelahanka on the morning of July 27. They hacked bullet Ravi and Srinivasa to death. Vasu, one of Ravi’s associates, sustained injuries. The police constituted a special team and arrested eight of the accused.

During interrogation, the accused told the police that Gedde Naga carried out the murders as per the directives of notorious rowdy-sheeter Suneel.

Mishap: 15 injured

As many as 15 senior citizens were injured in a freak accident when the tempo in which they were travelling landed in an open drain near Kodigenahalli Gate in Hebbal on Saturday morning.

Police said that more than 20 people were travelling towards Yelahanka in an open tempo. When the vehicle approached the Kodigenahalli signal, the driver learnt that the brakes were not functioning. He steered the tempo into a service road in order to avert an accident; the vehicle landed in an open drain. All the injured were shifted to various hospitals.

Following investigation, it came to light that the senior citizens were residents of Byrasandra slum, Thilak Nagar, and they were promised money under the old age scheme ( Rs 400 per month), and were being taken to the Bangalore North Tahsildar's office in Yelahanka. However, the other car which was following the tempo did not turn up at the hospital.

Police said that it was an attempt to woo the voters in the upcoming corporation elections. They were trying to find out which candidate had hired the tempo.

Killed for flirting

Passing lewd remarks and acting silly with his sister-in-law cost him his life. A 43-year-old man was stabbed to death by his younger brother in Whitefield, on Friday night.
Vincent was attacked and stabbed to death by his younger brother Irudayaraj alias Madari (28). The accused was arrested near Kadugodi railway station, when he was trying to escape to Chennai.

The brothers hailed from Salem but were settled in Bangalore. They had married sisters from the neighbouring Gandhipuram, but were living separately in the same area. Madari was angry with his brother Vincent, as he was reportedly eyeing his wife. He had picked up many a fight with Vincent; on Friday, he lost his cool and attacked him.

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