Suspect who allegedly murdered ex-VC of Alliance University arrested

Bengaluru police on Sunday arrested the assailant in the homicide case of Ayyappa Dore, the previous vice-chancellor of Alliance University. Ganesh (37), a serial culprit, had performed a crucial position inside the murder, police officers stated. The police, who had to open the fireplace, controlled to capture him ultimately inside the Karnataka State Seeds Corporation Limited (KSSCL) premises in Hebbal.

“When we tracked him down to the Karnataka State Seeds Corporation Limited godown in Sanjay Nagar, in which he changed into hiding, he attacked police personnel in an attempt to escape,” a senior police professional advised The Hindu. Ganesh is a companion of Suraj Singh, who works at Alliance University. He was allegedly hired via Chancellor Sudhir Angur to murder Ayyappa Dore and Madhukar Angur, Sudhir’s brother, to take control of the college. Sudhir and Suraj were arrested soon after the homicide by using police officers.

“Ganesh was also liable for arranging weapons. After attacking Ayyappa with lethal weapons, he stabbed him one final time to ensure the process finished,” a senior police officer informed the Times of India. According to the police, Ganesh works at a tire repair save in Byatarayanapura and changed into promised Rs 20 lakh and activity at Alliance University for carrying out the murder. Police stated that when a group of officers tracked him down on Sunday, he was shot in his left leg after attacking the police personnel.


The accused individuals had studied the moves of Ayyappa Dore before sporting out the murder at some stage in his ordinary overdue-night stroll after dinner. His frame was found on the ground in RT Nagar near his house the next day. Police officers have said that the homicide was finished to take advantage of power inside the university and became at Sudhir Angur.

Bengaluru man units himself and his own family on the fireplace, a wife who’s lone survivor critical

A 21-12 months-old lady, her thirteen-year-old brother, and their mother had been allegedly set on the hearth by using their father on Monday morning. At around nine.45 am on Monday, residents of Bakshi Garden observed flames engulfing their neighbor’s domestic. Scared that the fire would spread to their houses, the residents alerted the Fire and Emergency Services personnel, who arrived to combat the flames.

The firefighters, who doused the flames in mins, retrieved the bodies of 21-year-vintage Kaveri and her 13-yr-old brother Srikanth. Murali (45) and mom Geeta (38) had sustained intense burn injuries and were shifted to Victoria Hospital. Murali, who had sustained 70% burns, succumbed to his injuries at Victoria Hospital. In the meantime, Geeta has maintained 60% burns and is undergoing remedy at the same clinic.

Cottonpet Police, who are investigating the case, say that Murali allegedly set his family individuals on the hearth and attempted to kill himself, according to Geeta’s brief announcement to the law enforcement officials as she became introduced out of the residence.

“The house the own family lived in could be tiny. Murali became unemployed over the years, which had ended up being the cause of numerous fights between him and his spouse Geeta,” Cottonpet police stated. Neighbors, who claimed to have witnessed these fights on multiple occasions, allegedly told investigators that the couple would fight approximately Murali’s consuming conduct and his incapability to get a job.

“The mom was the only one who became earning. The boy changed into faculty, and their daughter had graduated from college. Murali would get drunk and violent. Sometimes, the fights he picked up with his wife went public. The couple had a fight on Monday morning, too, and Murali went out of the house, claiming to want a few teas,” the police said. Murali allegedly returned with a can of petrol and set his children and wife on the hearth earlier than looking to kill himself.

“The Fire and Emergency Services concluded that it turned into a case of arson. The burn pattern suggests that a flammable solution was poured at the deceased men and women, which caused the hearth within the residence. The guy killed his children and attempted to kill his spouse,” DCP West B Ramesh said. The Cottonpet Police have registered a case of murder. “We are ready to look if Geeta recovers. Then we can make her announcement,” the police added.

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