Kasargod: Prabhakar Nonda murder case - Three accused arrested

Stephan Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (EP)

Kasargod, Jun 5: Manjeshwar station police arrested three men including the brother of the deceased, accused of involvement in the murder of Paivalike Kalai resident Prabhakar Nonda (42).

The arrested are Jayarama Nonda (39), brother of Prabhakar Nonda, Khalid (42) from Attegoli and Ismael (33) from Mogral Puttur.

Jayaram Nonda who was absconding was arrested in Puttur and questioned by Manjeshwar police when he confessed that five others had helped in the murder. Police have arrested three of them so far.

From L to R: Ismael, Jayarama and Khalid

The murder took place on Saturday morning. Prabhakar who was sleeping in the shed of the house was hacked to death with deadly weapons by his brother Jayarama and others. While three accused were directly involved in the crime, three others were guarding outside, it is said.

It was clear after investigation that property dispute was the cause of the murder. There used to be frequent fights between the brothers due to the dispute over the last several years.

The two brothers are accused in several cases including murders. Jayarama Nonda was accused of murdering Balige Azeez at Paivalike ten years ago. Prabhakar Nonda was accused of murdering Bayikatte resident Asif seven years ago.






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