Real Estate Agent Attacked by Rowdy Dies After 4 Months

Published: 24th December 2015 05:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th December 2015 05:48 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU:  A real estate agent who was attacked by a notorious rowdy-sheeter and his associates four months ago, died at Manipal Hospital on Monday night.

The deceased is Sripathi alias Appi (45). Police have arrested main accused Anand and four other in this case. Police said, “Anand is a notorious criminal and has many cases in Bengaluru, Chitradurga and other places. Anand and Sripathi, both residents of Shivapura, had differences in real estate business. They were also involved in BBMP election campaign for two different candidates from the same ward. Sripathi was also involved in few criminal activities.”

Anand was arrested by Rajgopal Nagar police previously in connection with a murder. He and his associates had been sentenced to life and he had come out on parole in July citing his sister’s ill-health. He soon got involved in the real estate business and even threatened some businessmen for money.

On August 2, Anand and others waylaid Sripathi and attacked him with lethal weapons. Sripathi suffered severe injuries on his head and hand and slipped into coma, said police. Peenya police have arrested Anand and four of his associates for the attack.

Drunk Biker Rams Median, Dies A 27-year-old two-wheeler rider died after he rammed his vehicle into a median on the Outer Ring Road in Ramamurthy Nagar early on Wednesday.

The deceased Madhu Naidu was a resident of Babusabpalya and an employee at a private company.

Police said Madhu had gone to his friend’s place after work where he consumed alcohol and left for home at 1.30 am. Near the Ramamurthy Nagar Temple, he lost control of his two-wheeler and rammed into a median. He sustained severe head injuries.

Passersby alerted the police, who rushed Madhu to a hospital where he was declared brought dead.


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