Bengaluru: Man, three friends kill sister’s lover, take body to cops | Bengaluru News – Times of India

BENGALURU: A 24-year-old youth who was allegedly trying to elope with a married woman was beaten to death by her brother and three of his friends in Bengaluru late Saturday night. After the murder, the quartet bundled the body into an autorickshaw and knocked on the doors of Annapoorneshwarinagar police station, west Bengaluru, around 3am Sunday and declared they would like to surrender before cops.
Cops ran out of the station and found the body in the vehicle. Muniraju, 28, driver, and his three friends have been arrested. TNN
Man, friends caught youth while he was fleeing with sister
Muniraju identified the victim as Bhaskar, a supervisor at a garment factory and from Hosur in Tamil Nadu. He said they killed Bhaskar as he was trying to elope with his sister – married with two children — on Saturday night. Police said Muniraju caught Bhaskar along with his sister and one of her children near Nagarbhavi Circle with the help of his three friends — Maruti, 22, who runs a laundry shop, Nagesh, 22, a cab driver, and Prashanth, 20, unemployed.
According to police, the accused dropped Muniraju’s sister at her house and took Bhaskar to Kebbehalla area in Sunkadakatte, where they beat him with blunt weapons. Around midnight, Bhaskar said he was hungry and the gang gave him a plate of egg rice and brought him to their house at Chandrashekar Layout, near Nagarbhavi. “Muniraju punched Bhaskar in the head leaving him unconscious. The accused suspected he might be acting to escape them. Later, they discovered he was dead. Muniraju informed his mother over phone and decided to surrender before police,” Sanjeev M Patil, deputy commissioner of police (west), said.
Police said Muniraju’s sister was living with her family in Malur, near Kolar. Bhaskar had allegedly developed a relationship with her. She left her husband 15 days ago and came to Chandrashekar Layout, near Nagarbhavi, and took a house on rent.
Bhaskar convinced her he would take care of her and her two children. He brought an autorickshaw to take them away. However, her elder son protested and informed Muniraju, who intercepted the auto and brought her home, police said.

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