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Chikkamagaluru: Man slices off wife's neck - presents severed head in police station


Daijiworld Media Network - Chikkamagaluru (SP)

Chikkamagaluru, Sep 11: A man who got livid at the alleged immoral relationship his wife had with another person, cut off her head by slicing her neck, and presented it in the police station where he surrendered. This incident happened at Shivani in Tarikere taluk in the district on the night of Sunday, September 9.

The man who murdered his wife has been identified as Sathish, a resident of Shivani village in Tarikere taluk near Ajjampura.

Sathish was a driver by profession. He used to work as driver at Bengaluru till sometime back. Recently he had stopped working as driver and opened a meat shop at his native place.

Sathish, it is gathered, had fallen in love with Roopa and married her nine years ago. The couple has two children.

As Roopa had illicit relationship with a man, Sathish often fought with her on this issue. There were occasions in which the case even went before the police. The relatives however had intervened and advised the couple to patch up and live harmoniously. It is said that Roopa continued with her extramarital relationship. When Sathish returned home after business hours on Sunday night, he found his wife in the company of a man.

Getting angry, Sathish swung his machete at the paramour of his wife, but the man succeeded in escaping. He then turned his ire towards his wife, cut off her head, kept it in a bag, went to Ajjampura police station located 20 kilometres away from his home in his motor bike, and presented the skull there. He also surrendered to the police.

The police, who have arrested Sathish, have begun investigation into the case.


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  • Rameez, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    Make divorce easy.. not a burden on man if he divorce his partner.

    If divorce was easy he could have easily divorced.

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  • jhanavi, Udupi

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    Wrong decision, what about kids now... he could have divorced her and kept the kids with him as there was some proof of that women having extra martial affair... anger can do anything... but the sufferers are those kids who do not know anything... pity on kids... will their get that true love like parents from others...

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  • Flaian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    Wife was not supposed seek another man ! (illicit relation) ?

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  • NR, mangalore

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    u suppose to divorce her.

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    Looks like very stubborn and hell bent woman to satisfy her lusty immoral physical relation with another man in spite of being married.
    She had neglected family member advice and continued to live in illicit relationship.
    She only invited trouble and ultimate death.
    Husband must have lost all his patience and out of desperation and in pit of anger took a crude and drastic step to kill her. (cruel death)
    Moral of the story “Every bad action results in worse reaction”

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  • roy pinto, mangalore

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    ONLY HE KNOW HOW HE FELT ,WHEN HIS WIFE IS IN BED WITH SOMEONE ELSE ...................

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  • JK, Udupi/Dubai

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    It's gone viral in whatsup with video of the incident!

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  • bm, mlr/ksa

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    instead he should have given Thalak to her

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  • Acchu, M'lore

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    As per study 90% of women cheat their male partner. we can see many mental cases in man category because of cheating but we rarely see women mental cases on this matter.

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  • Shetty, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    because women are strong enough to hold any situation

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  • LIONEL, MANGALORE

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    WRONG DECISION.....
    HE COULD HAVE FOLLOWED MODI...….

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  • Francis Dsouza, UDUPI

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    He would have been not killed her, instead let her go with her new husband

    DisAgree [20] Agree [18] Reply Report Abuse

  • Acchu, M'lore

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    I think you never experienced that pain so you said this.

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  • Francis, UDUPI

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    Your pain showing by murder is not the solution in life

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  • Lewis, UDUPI

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    what he did was wrong but at the same time he did the rite thing. There is nothing more hurting to see your own wife with someone else.

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  • kavi, vittal/Dubai

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    Good man and bad wife. Not a match. Police can not handle this. There is no medicine for this type of decease .

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  • Tds, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    What is next??

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    A ghastly action from husband.He must have done in a affect,anger and feeling sad .Wife was certainly at fault,she could have thought of children and change her life.He too could diverceher .But poor children have to suffer and live as orphans.Any husband would have angered and done this I feel.Noone would tolerate this type of wifes behaviour.Heartfelt sympathy to the children .

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  • Fayaz, Mangalore /Dubai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    He should have deserted her like modi for ACCHE din

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  • PEDDA GUNDOO, MANGALURU

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Guys he knew what he had gone thru despite loved her and married her ! and obliviously he is a GANDU made it clear to everyone instantly and surrendered to the police ! unlike someone abandon the wife and roaming around ! unlike someone killed the wife in the hotel and still enjoying the power ! unlike someone conspiracy of the killing of his own wife and elected again !

    Life is about principals and respect each others feelings ! UDUPI shetty murder case still hanging around the bushes and poor tax payers paying their bills !

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  • El En Tea, Mumbai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Na mein khaounga aur dusronko khaneki nahin dhoonga policy

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  • Sandeep, Udupi

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Separation was best solution, but Satish did a mistake.

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  • Alwyn, Canada

    Wed, Sep 12 2018

    When he returns home from his butchers shop home with an hard work if his wife having sweet time with another men think about it how you wlll handle if that happens to aNY oNE . If is very hard to handle. Either oNE will die. Good that whon had a afair ran away. Othe rise he wold have been dead too. It is a serious mtater. No man lIke to see his wife slleping with ano the man. Sor ry to see peoplease die..

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  • Naveen, Manglore/Bahrain

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Is it "murder" is solution for everything.......

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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Educate about tripple talk. At least life would have saved .

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    This is nothing but mockery of our police force

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  • JD, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Castewise, community wise, regionalised we must actively educate people on handling conflict, controlling anger.

    All these sene, BD, shakhas are futile, if we do not reach out to people who are in turmoil.

    For a while, forget cows, attend to humans.

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    I think police had bigger role to play when that illegal relationship reached police first time... They should have put Roopa in jail for one month simple imprisonment and must have forced to change her behaviour...
    Otherwise what is the use of going to police? We need to change our system...sometimes imprisonment is the only solution!

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  • Paul, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Sri elder karkal
    Wow you have put sensible comment.
    I thought you would blame karnataka Govt for this....muder...
    Luckiky you blamed police

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  • Stan, Udupi/Dubai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    H e should have handled things differently keeping in mind the future of his children.

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  • Surendra Poojari, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Easy to preach on this forum. We will understand only if it happens to us.

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  • Stan, Udupi/Dubai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Similar case has happened in Udupi f 6 years ago and they are divorced now and wife has married to someone else, Husband is working abroad and looking after childrens studies.

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  • Surendra Poojari, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    All don't think on same lines. Different persons...different personalities.

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  • pooki, mangaluru

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Dear Stan, do not treat all individuals as the same. The temperament, sustaining levels of mind of people differ.

    I saw the ghastly video on whatsapp of this man holding the slit head of his wife in the police station. However, he spoke in a okay tone and explained why he has done it. Though I do not support his action, probably he thought it was right at the heat of the moment.

    The lady lost her life because of her lust.

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  • joel, Mangalore/Ksa

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    This days ex.martial is the main cause for divorce and this kind of things and it also creates problems relationships.

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  • Alwyn, Canada

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Sad to read such incident. When someone cheats and after many requests ex.martial issues and ego of this man created mess in married life. Life is meaningless without understanding

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    First time in 71 Years ...

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  • PINTO, Dubai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    ....Petrol price is Rs 90 per Liter

    DisAgree [8] Agree [59] Reply Report Abuse

  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Sep 11 2018

    Modi in Flight Mode ...

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