7-year mystery solved in Ramanagara: Missing husband found as transgender, rejects past life

Daijiworld Media Network – Ramanagara (MS)

Ramanagara, Feb 1: In a peculiar incident within the jurisdiction of the Aijoor police station, a man who disappeared seven years ago, leaving behind his wife and children, has been discovered living as a transgender person.

Laxman Rao, now identifying as Vijayalaxmi, went missing in 2017 due to financial challenges and had undergone a sex change during this time. The revelation came when a reels video surfaced, featuring Vijayalaxmi in a felicitation ceremony for Neetu, a transgender individual who participated in the Bigg Boss TV reality show.

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Upon seeing the video, Laxman Rao's family members, who had been eagerly awaiting his return, alerted the police. Facial features in the video were found to match those of Laxman Rao's photo, prompting the authorities to trace Vijayalaxmi through the creator of the reels, Rashmika.

Laxman Rao, who had been married since 2015 and left behind two children in 2017, faced an emotional reunion with his wife. However, the police encountered difficulties in confirming his identity, as his entire physical appearance had transformed into that of a woman, except for facial features.

Despite initial denials from Vijayalaxmi, clever police tactics eventually convinced her to acknowledge her past identity as Laxman Rao. The family's hopes were shattered when Vijayalaxmi expressed no desire to return to her previous life or reunite with her wife and children.

Aijoor police station resolved the missing person case by obtaining an undertaking from Vijayalaxmi, leaving Laxman Rao's wife and children distraught and teary-eyed as they returned home without the reunion they had hoped for.





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  • Rita, Germany

    Fri, Feb 02 2024

    Sure it is sad for the family children ,wife and rest of family.To explain this,I can tell one thing,These people who get themselves as transgender are really not born as normal.Only due to fear of soceity and family ,they try to live so.In prinzip they have this unsecurity of a man or a woman .from childhood itself.Since we had some Patients who used to tell this.First they marry and live family life .Later they are not happy and leave back old life and take up new which they would like to be.Some get operated and are happy to be changed.Some live as transgender.They take psychological asst.and get operated.One cant operate simply so.They have to bring official letter from doctor Psychiater etc change of name or birthcerticate .Lot of troubles.

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  • Dinesh, Dubai

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    Abandon masters Andh bhakth

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  • Manoj shenoy, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    Jahil bakts.where tundu Chela's now

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  • Santosh Kumar, Dubai / Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    Hay Prabhu, jagannatha! yeh kya hua!!

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  • Jamal, Mangalore

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    Feel sorry for the helpless wife and children. What is the happiness this guy got after undergoing sex change?

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  • Prakash, Manipal

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    looks like he was a small gender and so he had a sex change operation... But the crazy fellow should not have marries and made kids... This is clear case of cheating and he must be punished...

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  • HANIF, Shirva/Sharjah

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    Bache bolrahe honge. HAMARE DO DO MAA.... "HAMARA BAAP, BAAP NAHI, MAA HAI

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  • Innocent Menezes, Bangalore

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    Karma of Chaddi, Praise The Lord.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    one more chithra vichithra case after 2014..ethics and morals of Indians all time low after the abandon master took over reigns....jai ho...

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  • Shanthi, Kundapura

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    Strange case! How can a transgender can have children?

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Feb 01 2024

    i think you jumped the guns too soon...ready the complete story...he is not a born transgender..

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