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Nine people, including juvenile held for rowdy’s murder in Bengaluru

The Basaveshwara Nagar police arrested eight people and detained a juvenile, who were allegedly involved in the murder of a 24-year-old rowdy sheeter in Kamalanagar.

Published: 11th March 2017 07:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th March 2017 07:30 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: The Basaveshwara Nagar police arrested eight people and detained a juvenile, who were allegedly involved in the murder of a 24-year-old rowdy sheeter in Kamalanagar.
Nagaraj alias Spot Naga (26) of Kamalanagar, Nandeesha (19) of Machohalli, Ramesha (25) of Nagasandra, Kumar (24) of Yeshwantpur, Vinay (21) of Kempegowda Layout, Gururaj (24) of Laggere, Khadar (28) of Kamalanagar, Umer Khan (23) of Laggere along with a minor were arrested.
On Wednesday around 8.30am, the accused allegedly killed Sunil after dragging him out of the house in Kamalanagar.

Police said Nagaraj and Sunil’s relative Yathiraj had fought over the construction of a house in Kamalanagar almost a year back. Sunil and his gang had attacked Nagaraj on March 12, 2016. Sunil and his gang left Nagaraj thinking he was dead. But Nagaraj managed to get to a hospital.
He later moved to a relative’s house in Andhra Pradesh and chalked out a plan to kill Sunil. Recently, Sunil who was arrested by Basaveshwaranagar police had come out on bail. When Nagaraj came to know of this, he and his gang attacked Sunil on Wednesday. The accused dragged Sunil out of his house, killed him and then escaped. Basaveshwaranagar police have registered a case and the accused have been handed over to judicial custody. 

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