Police unravel truth behind Bengaluru college student murder, arrest minor

Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, May 25: The mysterious death of a college girl in the city has been resolved by the police. Surprisingly, it was not an intentional murder, but rather the tragic outcome of a conflict with a boy who is now in conflict with the law.

Prabhudhya's murder has finally been solved by the Subrahmanyapura police, who have arrested a minor boy in connection with the case. He has been sent to a remand home.

Prabhudhya's mother filed a murder case as soon as she found Prabhudhya dead at home. However, the police were initially confused and couldn't find any clues from nearby CCTV cameras. It was only footage from a CCTV camera at the end of the lane leading to Prabhudhya's house that provided the police with a clue about the minor boy.

The accused minor boy was a friend of Prabhudhya’s brother and a frequent visitor to their house. He had stolen Rs 2000 from Prabhudhya's wallet. She had witnessed his act but did not question him at that time.

The minor boy had broken his friend's spectacles while playing and had been asked to get them repaired. However, fearing rebuke from his strict parents, who own a bar and restaurant, the accused minor boy stole Rs 2000 from Prabhudhya's purse instead of asking them for the money.

Prabhudhya called the minor boy on May 15 to speak to him about the money he had stolen from her purse. The minor boy caught her feet and asked for an apology. While holding her feet, Prabudda lost her balance and fell to the ground unconscious. Fearing that she might expose his theft, the frightened minor boy slit her hand and throat and escaped through the back door of the house. As there were knife marks on old scars on Prabhudhya's body, her death was initially considered a suicide.

Based on the CCTV footage, the police interrogated the minor boy, who eventually confessed to the crime. A case has been registered at Subrahmanyapura police station, and the boy has been sent to a remand home as he is a minor.






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  • Kamlesh, Mangalore

    Mon, May 27 2024

    Minor boy name pls???

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  • Clifford, Mangalore

    Sun, May 26 2024

    Difficult to believe this story. He pushed her ok. But why would he kill her?

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Sun, May 26 2024

    k b r, Mangala Uru Valid point ! Kabi kabi hota hai Zindagi meh🤣 (mutual attraction, age no barrier)

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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Sun, May 26 2024

    Deepika Jain, Mangalore Sat, May 25 2024 Cheddi idelogy Common factor. Not surprised at all. Some minister would come and say they were just 'playing ' and it was just a 'game'. So victim card?

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Sun, May 26 2024

    something more in the incident may unfold! (Only with right way to extract the real motive)

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  • RANGA, mangalore

    Sun, May 26 2024

    ..how it can't be a intentional murder, while he cut her throat & hand!!..its not accidental push which lead to her death...he used knife...most of the murder happens due to fear of getting caught..its a murder..for heinous crimes like murder, rape the minors must be tried as major..

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Sun, May 26 2024

    it is difficult to digest that when a person falls at the feet of another person, the other person would fall on ground and fall unconscious ... the boy would have assaulted her severely as result of which she would have fallen unconscious ... another loose end is why would a lady call a teenage boy home,w hen she is alone i the house ...

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  • AD, Mangalore

    Sun, May 26 2024

    While holding her feet, she lost her balance? And fell to the ground unconcious? Actually must have pulled both her feet forcefully with intention of harming her! It doesn't seem accidental, it seems intentional

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    Sat, May 25 2024

    Minor or whatever, but he should get punishment. However, throughout life, the black spot of being a murderer will remain with him.” 😊

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