Love triangle leads to murder of youth

Boy kills cousin over love affair with same girl

 
On Wednesday, Subramanyapura police found a body in a bush on 4th Cross, Poornaprajna Layout and identified it as that of Kiran (20). The police are searching for the murder suspect, Anil (22) of Bellary who was working as a mason in the City. The crime came to light after the suspect called Venkatesh, a relative and confessed to have committed the murder. A shocked Venkatesh informed the police.

According to the police, Anil and Kiran were in love with a girl from the same area. Anil, who was obsessed with girl warned Kiran to keep away from her.

Relationship between the cousins soured after Anil came to know that the girl was madly in love with Kiran.

Families of the two men tried a patch up but to no avail. Meanwhile, the parents of the girl sent her away from the City. Even after a few months gone, Anil nursed the grudge against Kiran. On January 2, he invited Kiran for dinner, stabbed him to death and disposed of the body in a bush, the police said.

Kiran’s family lodged a missing complaint with police. According to police, Anil panicked and under influence of alcohol confessed the murder to Venkatesh, according to the   police.

Dowry death

Nethravathi (20) was set on fire allegedly by her husband at their Mohan Kumar Nagar residence in Yeshwanthpur last Saturday, died of burns on Wednesday.

She was married to Yogesh, a truck driver after a courtship. On January 2, the couple after attending Nethravathi’s sister’s engagement, got into a verbal spat when Yogesh pestered Nethravathi to get Rs three lakh in dowry from her parents.

In a fit of anger, Yogesh threw kerosene on her and lit a match setting her ablaze, police said.

With more than 45 per cent burns, Nethravathi was shifted to the burns ward at the Victoria Hospital. She died in the wee hours of Wednesday.

Held for duping banks

Chandra Layout Police have arrested Shankar (46) of Nagasandra and Srinath (33) of Doddabommasandra on charge of defrauding banks to the tune of Rs 5.53 crore.
Police said the two men created fake ownership documents of sites and houses at a graphics unit owned by Srinath at Rajajinagar. Later, with the help of Murali, they created fake seals of the Kengeri Sub-Registrar’s office and submitted the documents to different banks seeking loans.

The fake documents they created included those pertaining to a house on First Cross in Mico Layout and submitted them to different banks claiming seeking loans for construction of a commercial complex.

They also created similar documents pertaining to eight sites located at Yeshwanthpura and Doddabidirakallu hoblis and Nagasandra village and managed to get loans.

The Banks that were cheated include Syndicate Bank, State Bank of Patiala and State Bank of Hyderabad, added the police. The CBI has already submitted a charge-sheet against Shankar in a separate case. Cheating complaints against the duo have been lodged with Halasuru Gate, Chandra Layout and Shankarpura police  stations.

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