Puttur: Man who killed younger brother arrested in Haveri

Daijiworld Media Network – Puttur (MS)

Puttur, Dec 7: The man, accused of killing his younger brother over a drunken brawl that took place near the under-construction building at Mukrampadi of Kemminje village was arrested by Puttur city police at Haveri district.

The arrested is identified as Ningana Gowda (58), who killed his younger brother Mahadeva. He was produced in court and the court remanded him to judicial custody.

Under the guidance of DySP Eraiah Hiremath, SI of Puttur police station Srikanth Rathod, ASIs Krishnappa, Loknath and staff Scaria Jagadish, Subramanya, Udayakumar, Basavaraj, Kirankumar, Virupaksha and Revathi were involved in the operation to nab the culprit.






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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Dec 07 2022

    H.e looks not only old but sick,alcoholic.Now let him not free since he may again drink and do the same.So put him in hospital first to treat his sickness.Hope he feels sorry for his deed.However same blood.Forgive him .

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  • Jossey saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Wed, Dec 07 2022

    He is too old to Kill ...

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  • Ayub malpe, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 07 2022

    Aachara, vichara, sanskriti, anaathana..!! .iI hope people will afraid to hear brother, ..... like nowadays people afraid of cooker and fridge..!!??

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