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Friday, October 23, 2009 12:09:50 AM (IST)  

Mangalore: Neighbours, Family, Refuse to Accept Mohan as Serial Killer

Mangalore: Neighbours, Family, Refuse to Accept Mohan as Serial Killer
Daijiworld Media Network—Mangalore (RS/CN)

Mangalore, Oct 22: A common man, a teacher by profession, is accused of being the murderer of 18 girls. People who are closely associated with him like his two wives, mother, mother-in-law, and neighbours, maintain that he lacked the ruthlessness that would have to be characteristic of a killer.

The reason why Mohan Kumar alias Bhaskara alias Ananda turned into a vicious killer is not clear but police records indicate that he had a greed for money, gold, and girls. 

He has been termed a psychopath but his pattern of activities seems contrary to this. There were no indications all along that he suffered from any kind of psychological disorder. 

Mohan, a resident of Kanyana in Bantwal taluk, never did anything that could have evoked the suspicion to his neighbours over the past five years. Even his two wives were unaware of his being a killer until his arrest. 

His family wonders when he might have gone to Mysore, Madikeri, Bangalore, or any other place to kill the girls.


Third Wife Confused   

His third wife, who resides in a village near Deralakatte, said that he never harassed her and was a loving husband who shared all his thoughts with her.

“I have never seen any cyanide in his possession. I used to check his handbag which contains a small mirror and some papers. He had a small plastic bottle filled with talcum powder. Whenever it was empty, he filled it with talcum powder from the actual container”, she said.

“I gave him money several times after borrowing from my ‘Swasahaya’ account. If he was connected to those killings, he would have earned a lot of money. Last year he bought me a golden chain. But now, the police have taken all the ornaments; mine as well as those which he gave me”, she added.

“Police took all the records from our house including a telephone book which contains our relatives’ contact numbers. After the arrest, we were not able to contact anyone, not even a lawyer”, added Mohan’s third wife.     

“I met him at the office where I was working and friendship turned to love following which we got married”, she said. 

She is from a reputed family and her grandfather was Patel of that village but since then her family has suffered due to land disputes with neighbours.

She said that in the early hours of Tuesday October 20 around 3.30 am, a police team arrived at the house. By midnight the next day, they handcuffed Mohan and took him away telling her “Mohan killed several girls”.







No Bad Habits

“He never smoked or drank alcohol. In my wedded life only once did I see him bring home a bottle of alcohol and drink it”, claimed the third wife adding that it was just reluctance to drink at a bar that prompted him to do so.

Mohan’s second wife, who lives in Uppala, said that the she was not aware of his links to the girls and the killings. “He was in my house every two days, and spent the rest of the time with his third wife”, she said.

She recalled that when she came to know of his third marriage, she quarreled with him but he convinced her and she stopped quarrelling and compromised.

Both the wives tried to recall that he had a loan account for Rs 3.5 lac in a certain bank. 

Mohan has two boys by his second wife, studying in classes seven and third, respectively, while the third wife has a daughter aged three and a son who is 10 months old.

A shopkeeper near Mohan’s house said that it was unimaginable that such a decent man would kill 18 girls.

His wives as well as his mother and mother-in-law said that he suffers from tuberculosis and acidity. He couldn’t take up any hard work but worked in a paddy filed and arecanut plantation at his third wife’s house.  

His second wife said he kept accounts of every rupee spent and noted even daily expenses. She claimed he was a simple man and worried about unnecessary expenses. 

She questioned as to how such a man could be accused of being greedy for ornaments and money.

Mohan’s 60-year-old mother spent the whole day pining for her son. “If anything happens to him I will not live long and will end my life by committing suicide”, said the mother who lives with her eldest son and his family.

She added that one of her sons had stopped visiting after he had had a love marriage. She also has a daughter and a son-in-law. 

Mohan, whose name at birth was Bhaskara, is a Dalit. His mother wept and kept insisting that her son is innocent and has been framed.

“He took the rice and kerosene oil which I got from the ration store last week. He took it to his house at Uppala where his wife and children live”, she said.

Mohan lost his father in his childhood and his mother said that he is a loving son who cares for her all the time.

His neighbours stated that they found it hard to believe that Mohan was a murderer many times over.

In 2003, he was offered a teaching job at Angri School but refused to work for reasons unknown and that ended his teaching profession of 23 years. 

He served as temporary teacher in various places in Puttur taluk after finishing his pre-university education.

Bantwal: Serial Killer Remanded to Police Custody

Daijiworld Media Nework - Bantwal (SP)

Bantwal, Oct 23: On being produced before the court at B C Road on Thursday October 22, serial killer Mohan Kumar alias Anand was remanded to police custody till October 27. During the time he was at the court, he behaved decently and it is gathered that he responded to the police questioning without any hesitation, remorse or doubts.

Local circle inspector Nanjunde Gowda and Puttur assistant superintendent of police, Chandragupta, opined that the fact that he always used mobiles registered in the names of other people, had rendered the task of the policemen in tracing the murderer difficult. After he killed a girl, he used to make use of the mobile he recovered from the girl so eliminated, to deceive and fleece the other girls, it is gathered.

It is apparent, that in most cases, the girls were from poor families and the families did not have the money power or influence to sustain pressure on the policemen for a detailed investigation. In most cases, they believed their wards had committed suicide. Strangely, the families had no clue that the girls from their homes were having an affair with Mohan. Because of this, even though there had been some clues in the past about Mohan's involvement in the murders, no in-depth investigations were conducted.  For example, Sunanda (20) from Vaipala near Bellare in Sullia taluk, had started vomitting on February 11, 2008 at Mysore bus stand and had died thereafter. Even though her family was traced with the help of the mobile found in her possession, it was recorded as a death due to epileptic seizures. The family said, Sunanda had taken with her gold ornaments and Rs 65,000 in cash. The post mortem report that was reportedly received this week, after a gap of 20 months, said that her death was caused by cyanide consumption.

In the case of Kaveri from Peraje in Sullia taluk, her family members came to know that she had died, only after the media brought out the story of Mohan on Thursday. Although her body was recovered in Mysore earlier, the policemen had failed to find out her identity. The family had hoped that Kaveri, who had gone missing, will surface some time. Kaveri, it is learnt, was having a mobile sim given by her brother, Sridhar. Mohan, who did not know that the sim was in the name of Sridhar, had called up Anita. The family of Anita, who traced Anita's inward calls, found out the address of Sridhar and had beaten up Sridhar, thinking him to be the one who had called Anita.  Sridhar said that the family members of Anita, who took him away to Bantwal in the guise of having to tell him something, had denuded him, beaten him up and laid him across the railway tracks.  He said, he somehow escaped from the tracks, borrowed a lungi and shirt from some kind people and had then filed complaint with the Bantwal policemen about the incident.

Kaveri had left home on March 10 with a gold chain borrowed from neighbourers, golden rings of her brothers and Rs 40,000 in cash. The policemen, who delved deep into the issue while tracking Sridhar's case, realized that Mohan had made calls to the girls. When they approached Mohan thereafter, he was more than willing to confess to the killings he was involved with. The gentlemanly behaviour, innocent face and decent demeanours of Mohan had succeeded to hoodwink his family, wives, girls whom he murdered and the policemen alike for a long time, till his facade was torn off by the policemen, but not before nearly 20 girls had lost their lives. It is a mystery, however, that Mohan, who did not have a decent job in the recent past and was not young, succeeded in convincing 18 girls to marry him, in addition to the three who actually married him, at a time when several young boys are finding it hard to get girls who are willing to marry them.



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Comments on this article
Sharath, Mangalore
Sunday, October 25, 2009

I wonder how Mr Mohan managed these 18 girls to fall in love with him.This man is LOVE GURU..

Joseph, Doha, Qatar
Saturday, October 24, 2009

Please don't jump into any conclusion. It seems its a double Mohan - mistaken identity. Let time take its own course. Indeed, I find this to be a very interesting story. In these trying times when money is hard to come, and all our pictures go bust (flop), how about Daijiworld urgently calling all our film producers and directors for a meeting to produce a film "Mohan Uppa Sarani Kolepataki".

I bet our motion pictures association would explore their best talents and creativity here never in the history of cinema would there have been a film made like this .... a mad rush in cinema houses - this movie will certainly break all box records, may be, even reputed lawyers might have to change their profession in not being able to crack this case. After all, it happens only in India.


Lancelot N Tauro, Mangalore/Doha Qatar
Saturday, October 24, 2009

His third wife's life was saved on time, otherwise see could have been no. 19 of serial killer.

shameer, mangalore
Friday, October 23, 2009

he needs bucks to serve three wives so he used to kill innocents

Charles D'Mello, Pangala
Friday, October 23, 2009

No Bad Habits...!!!???? Good caption...!!!??? We all consider smoking and drinking alcohol as bad habits...!!??? Marrying three wives is not a bad habit !!?...committing murder is not a bad habit!!!???? If a person drinks and smokes, then he is killing himself and the family may get affected if he dies of the same.This person had bad habits which affect others totally and we give a clean chit...!!! Is it justice..???

Philip D'Souza, Kumta, Karnataka
Friday, October 23, 2009

Crime is crime, whether it is committed by major or minor communitee. He could be the culprist, it is apprant that he is greedy for sex at first place and for wealth at second place, which he was accumulating to maintain his three families. When there is a Satan is available among the society like Anand Kumar, the question does not arise for Jehad-Love. May police do the right investigation to punish culprist in order to wipe out the evil from the society.

Rajesh, Mangalore
Friday, October 23, 2009

Gladson, Majunath, I agree with you. I feel something is fishy. I feel this is the plot to save somebody.

ISMAIL K PERINJE, PERINJE/YANBU-KSA
Friday, October 23, 2009

It is really hard to believe then how could family members,friends believe/accept this unpardonable crime.If he did this crime,he should get punishment and definetly he has place to in civil society.Law will take it's own course

Sharmila, Mangalore
Thursday, October 22, 2009

Should not believe "INNOCENT PEOPLE" cant make out what is working in their mind.

shahnawaz kukkikatte, dubai/udupi
Thursday, October 22, 2009

He is capable of marrying and maintaining 3 wives at a time, definitly he is capable of framing and killing more than 18 lives... Must be sent to gallows soon. Beedhi Kamuka..

Manjunatha Bangera, Kasaragodu/Bengaluru
Thursday, October 22, 2009

Gladson, Brahmavar, you are absolutely right. There are everyone in India, dalits, minorities, majorities, but no Indian. This is a curse to our country. In this case, let there be proper investigation, let the truth come out.

Gladson, Brahmavar
Thursday, October 22, 2009

When police arrest a Dalit, cudgels are out saying that he has been framed. When they arrest a person from the minority community media is abuzz with news that minorities are harassed and when a member of the majority community is arrested, it becomes a national issue. I wonder would police ever get anyone in India who is outside these 3 categories. Minority, Majority and Dalit are three votebanks of Indian politics and each of this community has its own political patron who leaves no stone unturned to protect their votebank. And we often blame that our police are corrupt. When have we allowed police to work them with freedom?

We have DYFI, Left parties, BSP etc running for the rescue of a Dalit while Congress runs behind wooing Muslims and Christians. Why to leave Hindus without a patron then? So BJP and RSS have taken the responsibility of protecting them. In this scenario, how on earth a cop can act independently and bring the actual criminals under the law? In India we have no Indians but only Dalits, minorities and majority community. Poor police!! They are often used as football and kicked from one corner to the other. They ultimately choose the middle path, that of playing safe and keeping the criminals also safe. If they don't, then they have to spend majority of the service period in some 'God Forsaken' place far from all. A person who has 'framed' (literally) 18 girls, can he be an innocent man? But everything is possible in India and he may be out soon.


Thomas Dsouza, Gorigudda/Israel
Thursday, October 22, 2009

Serial killer already have three wives why he didnt killed them indstead of those innocent girls.?

Henry Misquith, MANGALORE/BAHRAIN
Thursday, October 22, 2009

HE IS NUMBER ONE CHUPA-RUSTOM.....

peter pinto, nejar, santhekatte, udupi
Thursday, October 22, 2009

One cannot judge person by his outlook. there is saying in kannada gomukha vyaghra it means cow faced tiger. may be he is suffering from dual personality. Without proper witness one cant get into the root. hope police will try thier best to find out and save the innocent girls from the fist of crual killer.

 
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