Mandya: Labourer kills employer for not paying Rs 100 wage


Daijiworld Media Network – Mandya (EP)

Mandya, Sep 7: In a shocking incident, a labourer killed his employer, as he refused to pay his wage of Rs 100.

The murder happened at Kotahalli village, K R Pete taluk in the district. The deceased employer is identified as 40-year-old-Basavaraju.

Basavaraju had engaged labourers in his fields and promised them a wage of Rs 400. However, when the time came for payment, he paid Rs 300 and kept Rs 100 pending. Labourer Basavaraj who met Basavaraju near a shop, asked for the payment of the balance Rs 100.

This enraged the employer and this led into heated arguments, which soon turned into a physical fight. Meanwhile, the shop keeper also spoke in support of the labourer. The fight between the three became more violent.

Worker Basavaraj in a fit of rage, picked a tool used to pull sugarcane sticks, from a nearby parked lorry and assaulted Basavaraju. Seriously injured Basavaraju was rushed to the hospital, but he died without responding to treatment. Accused Basavaraj has fled. A case in this connection is registered in Kikkeri police station. Police have launched a manhunt for Basavaraj.

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  • mohan, Mangalore

    Sun, Sep 8 2019

    One can understand hear.... how much value is there for 100 rupees to a poor labourer,... in northern state..... they daily wage is 100 to 150 rupees a day....but hear in mangalore daily wages is 800 rupees that also they work 25 % and they spend 80 percent in boose....

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  • Sri Tom Cat, Mangalore,

    Sun, Sep 8 2019

    Sub ka sath lekin sirup mera vikas. very soon there will be no place in jail. criminals will roam free in streets.

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  • Sachidananda Shetty, Dubai/Mundkur

    Sun, Sep 8 2019

    It's good that he was not working under Vijay Mallya!!! We wish he could have!!!

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  • MM, Mangaluru

    Sun, Sep 8 2019

    People are losing jobs due to impact of closures of industries , factories and subsequently situation is creating itself by default and forced to take such extreme steps. Worst yet to be predicted as stated by MMS.

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  • Alwin, Mangalore

    Sun, Sep 8 2019

    Sabka Vilas still pending. Sabka sath required

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  • K b r, Mangaluru

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    Do not underestimate fury of a poor man....100 rs is not worth losing life for...be good to poor people who earn livelihood through hard work....

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  • YOGI THUNTA, MANGALURU - NEAR PUMPWELL CIRCLE

    Sat, Sep 7 2019

    This is real India which is not exposed to the outer world ! even MODI unaware of this ! but its happenings ! These chida and DKS money to be distributed among those people who has right to enjoy as citizen of India Switz accounts to be disclosed or not disclosed as many of the BJPeeee people money involved and which might backfire for them ! so this money forget and look for individual assets of all ELECTED AND RETIRED MP MLA including DEVEGODA and POLITICAL FACTORY of MANDYA

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