Man kidnaps child to save his marriage

BANGALORE:  In a bid to pressurise his wife to come back to him, a man kidnapped a two-and-a-half year old boy, who is his wife’s grandson. The Amruthahalli police arrested him and rescue

Published: 14th January 2012 03:21 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:14 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE:  In a bid to pressurise his wife to come back to him, a man kidnapped a two-and-a-half year old boy, who is his wife’s grandson. The Amruthahalli police arrested him and rescued  the kidnapped boy,  Chiranjeevi.

The accused is identified as Gundanna alias Gundappa alias Hanumantha. Chiranjeevi was the son of Suma, a resident of Jakkur Layout.According to the police, accused due to some family dispute, Gundanna's wife Manjamma had deserted  him and was staying at Suma’s residence. On Wednesday, Gundanna forced his wife to come along with him. As she refused to go with him, he picked up a quarrel with Manjamma and Suma. While leaving, he  took Chiranjeevi along.

“Suma filed a kidnap case and information was gathered that Gundanna was in Bhovihatti village of Hosadurga Taluk. On Thursday, a police team arrested the accused,” the police said.

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