Heated Argument Turns Violent, 2 Killed

BANGALORE: A 55-year-old man who was attacked with lethal weapons on Wednesday, succumbed to injuries at a private hospital here on Thursday. The deceased has been identified as Venkata

Published: 24th February 2012 04:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:02 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: A 55-year-old man who was attacked with lethal weapons on Wednesday, succumbed to injuries at a private hospital here on Thursday.

The deceased has been identified as Venkata Swamy, a resident of Shanthipura village at Sarjapur.

On Wednesday at about 9 pm, a heated argument took place between Venkata Swamy and Ramesh and his associates over an issue.

In a fit of rage, Ramesh along with brother Doddaiah, Vijay Kumar and others attacked Venkata Swamy and his sonin- law Papaiah (30).

In the melee, Papaiah died on spot while Venkata Swamy was shifted to a private hospital with serious injured.

But he too succumbed to injuries on Wednesday, the police said.

During preliminary investigation, it was found that Ramesh, a notorious rowdy became a leader and was a member of Sarjapura Panchayat.

Both Papaiah and Ramesh worked for the same political party and had become enemies over various issues.

They had indulged in fights earlier also, the police said.

Parappana Agrahara Police have booked a case against Doddaiah, Ramesh, Vijay Kumar and others

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