Elderly woman who called up cops telling she would be killed, hacked to death in Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Aug 14 (IANS): An 83-year-old woman, who called up police saying that she faces threat of being killed, was shockingly found murdered at her home in Bengaluru, police said on Sunday.

The incident came to light on Saturday. The deceased has been identified as Jayashree. Police sources explain that the deceased elderly woman had made multiple calls to the police station seeking protection claiming that she might be killed.

Following the request, the jurisdictional police had arranged for a police beat near her house. However, the aged woman was targeted by killers.

Jayashree resided with her naval officer husband Srinivas at HSR Layout 1 stage in Bengaluru. After the death of her husband, she chose to live alone in the house built by her husband.

The deceased woman is survived by her two sons, one is settled abroad and another is residing separately in Lingarajapuram. She owned a four-floor building, three houses were given on rent while the deceased lived in one house.

Police investigations show that she was murdered late on Friday night. The killers have absconded with her jewels. The security guard from Nepal is also missing and police are suspecting his role. The body was found by a tenant who informed the police about the incident. Further investigations in the matter are on.


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  • Rajesh B Shetty, Udupi

    Mon, Aug 15 2022

    Bengaluru has become a lawless place.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Even after the call to Police several times she didnt get any help.How one can believe on them?I am sure the guard at home has something to do with killing and theft.Follow his homeland and arrest him.Poor lady she could have kept her jewellary in bank safe.Bad having one son near her couldnt help her in a urgency.Why she didnt go to her son ?Or anything to do with son?One cant believe these days.May her soul rest in peace.Hope she didnt suffer last minute.Poor lady.

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  • Gabriel Lewis, Brahmavar

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    The concerned police station SI & ASI must be removed from their jobs for dereliction of their duties 😡😡😡

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Jungal Raaj in Karnataka Gujrat model bye bye... now its Yogi model... even in Ayodhya, sisters gangraped this week & robbery, murders, crime are out of control in UP!!!

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  • SMJ, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    People employ this not so trustworthy people from Nepal Bangladesh here in South India for the sake of just saving some bucks and in return they may endup losing even their own life also

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  • Achhu, Mlore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Son should be questioned for not taking care his mother.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    ಪೇಟಿ ಬಚಾವ್ .. ಪೇಟಿ ಬಡಾವ್ ...

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  • Deshbhakt, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    She knew that she had life threat. Still, why her children left alone ? Yes, the police should have done more, but she is not a destitute, she has kin to ensure her safety.

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  • Kumar, Al-Khor, Qatar

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Deshbhakt, Mangalore.. The problem is not with children, but with children-in-laws

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  • Deshbhakt, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    She is stinking rich. Doesn't require her DILs to look after her. Its her sons who will inherit the assets after she goes. What's the harm in enquiring/arranging about her well-being ?

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Nepalese men do night beat work and are paid by shopkeepers monthly in so.e places and strangely the night burglaries happen they are absent as they claim they went to their country. Some were employed by some farmowners and there too did the same act of murder and theft. We can remember Arushi murder by friends of guard and they were given clean chit by second CBI team and blamed parents based on assumptions without corroborating evidence but buying the story of the Nepalese which police too had fallen for. The 2 culprits just disappeared and nobody can trace them once they enter Nepal's remote area.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    knowing the fragile law and order of the country and state in particular she should have moved to old age home where many people are there.

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  • TK, dubai

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Nepalis come to india to get rich quick by hook or crook....no difference between them and nigerians

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