Kundapur: Dr Krishnamurthy death case – More evidence from CCTV footage

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (MS)

Kundapur, Nov 21: Police investigation on the mysterious death case of Dr Krishnamurthy Sarpangala is unveiling more evidence with regards to the cause and reasons for the death.

It is now confirmed that the dentist walked from Moodlukatte railway station to Hattiangadi on the railway track.

The scene of the dentist changing his dress a little away from the Moodlakatte railway station platform at around 5.40 pm on November 8, is captured on the CCTV camera. It is said that he might have changed the dress in order to conceal the identity after his death. It is suspected that he might have walked for around five km on the railway track itself. The police are trying to find the bag he was carrying with him.

Meanwhile, Mulleria Havyaka Mandala had decided to invoke the power of God to demolish the powers that are responsible for the mysterious death of Dr Krishnamurthy. Accordingly, on November 23 morning, Rudra Parayana will be held at 9.30 am, followed by Shivapanchakshari Sthothra chanting by women and public prayer at Peradala Sri Udaneshwara temple.








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