Kalaburagi: Man claims he killed his son, buried his body


Daijiworld Media Network - Kalaburagi (SP)

Kalaburagi, Aug 28: The police who got information that a body had been found partially buried in Beeranalli near Sedam in the district, had a surprise in store. A person from the village told them that he had killed his son and buried his body.

The police have learnt that Bheemarao Adaki from Neelahalli village had murdered Ambarish Bheemarao Adaki (18) two weeks back and then buried the body with the help of his wife and maternal uncle in a field he owns in the village.

Villagers who saw a haphazardly buried body in the village, informed Malakhed police station. The police who visited the village approached the family of Bheemarao as they suspected that it could be the body of Ambarish, who had gone missing. When the police visited the family, Bheemarao Adaki said that his son had gotten drunk and raised a din at home. He said that the family could not tolerate this behaviour and hence he was killed and his body was buried.

When Bheemarao was taken to the spot, he said that this body did not belong to his son. He led the police to a spot in his agricultural field where he said he had buried his son's body. The police have now taken up investigation about the identity of the partially buried body. Police inspector, Ananda Rao, said that the spot identified by Bheemarao will be dug in the presence of the assistant commissioner once he arrives there.

  

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