Bengaluru: Husband provides ‘supari’ to kill spouse after registering dowry case


Staff Udayavani, 22 September 2022, 10:32 AM IST

Bangalore: An individual has been arrested by town police for providing betel nut to a gang for killing the spouse who filed a dowry case.

Police have additionally arrested three others on this case.

Metropolis Central Department (CCB) police arrested insurance coverage agent Siddharth Hosamani and ambulance helper Yogesh, driver Ranjit. The police have additionally registered a case towards rowdy Bettappa, who’s at present in jail.

In accordance with the police, the accused Hosamani had married a widow 10 years in the past. She had insured her household, helped her to fulfill the claims when her husband handed away. The widow developed a particular bond with Hosamani and so they later married and from this marriage that they had a son.

Nevertheless, Hosamani was already married with two youngsters. He gave the sister of his first spouse a son born to the second spouse who had no youngsters. The second spouse demanded that her son be returned to her.

She had additionally lodged a grievance of dowry and youngster abduction towards her husband at Malleswaram police station. Hosamani was despatched to jail on this case and later bought bail. Angered by this, he determined to finish his second spouse. He sought the assistance of Ranjit and Yogesh, the accused for the kidnapping and gave a ‘supari’ to a different gang to kill him.

He had informed them that his second spouse was a drug addict and may very well be kidnapped from a membership on the pretext of bringing her to a rehabilitation centre. From there one other gang would choose him up and kill him.

Accused Siddharth approached the jail and now used them. Nevertheless, the police got here to know in regards to the suspicious actions of the ambulance and arrested the accused earlier than kidnapping him.

Investigation has revealed that the miscreant Bettappa, who was at all times in jail, used to hold him by taking ‘supari’. Police is investigating additional within the matter.

(with IANS inputs)



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