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Teenage Girl Kills Mother Over Alleged Infidelity

Unable to tolerate her mother\'s alleged infidelity, a 17-year-old girl stabbed her mother to death last week in Mutyanatti village of Belgaum taluk.

Published: 05th May 2014 08:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th May 2014 08:43 AM   |  A+A-

Unable to tolerate her mother's alleged infidelity, a 17-year-old girl stabbed her mother to death last week in Mutyanatti village of Belgaum taluk.

The teenage girl stabbed Renuka Halappa Gurav, whom she accused of having promiscuous relationships with a few men. She later surrendered to the police. The girl told the police that she often felt embarrassed among her friends and had asked her mother to rectify herself.

As Renuka refused to listen, the upset daughter took the drastic step.

50-day Search for Missing Mother

A 40-year-old son along with five other family members has been searching for his missing mother for the past 50 days.

Railway employee Yelgouda Fakirappa Nirvani has been looking for his 60-year-old mother Avvakka Fakirappa Nirvani, who has been missing from her house at Dasanatti village in Gokak taluk since March 12.

A complaint was lodged with Ankalagi police, who  have passed the missing complaint to other police stations and informed people through the media.

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