Daijiworld Media Network - Kundapur (SP)
Kundapur, Jul 22: After his wife, Vishala Ganiga, was murdered in a flat near Brahmavar, it is learnt that Ramakrishna behaved as if he could not decipher what had happened. When Vishala's family told him that Vishala who returned to her flat from Gujjady was not responding to telephonic calls, he claimed that she had messaged him about having ordered a cake for the child's birthday. Later, he called families living in other flats in the same building and told them that Vishala was not receiving his calls. He advised them to press the calling bell, and if there was no response, to force the door open. He then called his in-laws to ask them to visit the flat personally to see for themselves why his wife was not responding to calls.
Vishala and Ramakrishna Ganiga
Ramakrishna had convincingly sobbed on his arrival from Dubai about his wife's death and consoled his in-laws by visiting them. During his interaction with the police, he expressed suspicion about the role of some people. He took care not to leave any clues, and relied mostly on internet calls. But he had left behind a phone he used during his visit here. The police who searched the flat, got the said phone and they could access the contact number of the killers from the phone. On the basis of this phone number, they found that the killer was in Uttar Pradesh.
Vishala's husband used to address his wife as 'darling' and used the same word to refer to her during his conversations with others. He sent a message to Vishala's mobile phone seeking to know her whereabouts even after he got confirmation from the killers that his wife had been killed.
It is said that the couple had differences and Ramakrishna had urged his wife to agree for divorce, but she was not agreeable. He however was worried about the chances of the properties he had bought in the name of his wife slipping away if he divorced her. Even though he has claimed that differences between the two was the reason for the murder, the police suspect that there could be more to it than what meets the eye.