Bengaluru police have arrested Sudhir Angoor, the chancellor of the private academic institute Alliance University, for his alleged involvement in the murder of the former vice-chancellor of the Alliance University, Ayappa Dore. The university is one of Karnataka’s first non-public universities. Ayyappa Dore was discovered in a pool of blood on October 16 at a playground close to his house in north Bengaluru even as he was taking a put-up-dinner walk.
According to the police, “Sudhir wanted to take control of the university. He allegedly employed a few men to kill Ayyappa.” When Ayappa went for a stroll near his residence after dinner, he was attacked by a few guys and was stabbed 17 times. Eight teams were shaped to capture the murderers. One of the top accused, named Suraj Singh, completed the attack.
According to the police, Ayyappa turned into being observed for four-five months with the aid of the assailants. On October 15, Suraj and his accomplices followed Dore when he went for a walk and killed him. Ayyappa’s wife alerted the police after he failed to return home from the nighttime stroll, and then he was discovered lifeless near his house. Hailing from Saasooru in Vijayapura district, Ayyappa Dore became the founder of Vice-Chancellor of Alliance University. He additionally based a political celebration referred to as Jana Samanyara Paksha (JSP) and unsuccessfully contested the 2018 Assembly election from the Muddebihal assembly constituency.
Bitter feud over the varsity
Police claimed that the assailants had allegedly planned to kill Sudhir Angur’s brother and founder of the college Madhukar Angur. During the inquiry, it was found that one of Sudhir Angur’s pals recommended he eliminate Dore and his brother Madhukar to benefit control over the college because the duo obstructed his ascension. The university has been at the center of a family fight over managing its power, with the Angur brothers leveling severe allegations and plotting a coup to eliminate each different from the organization.