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Accused to be produced in court today in NRI murder case

Published On : 24 Aug 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: All the arrested accused, wife of murdered Bhaskar Shetty, Rajeshwari (48), his son, Navaneeth Shetty (20), astrologer, Nandalike Niranjan Bhat (26), who are the main accused in the case, and Niranjan's father, Srinivas Bhat (56), and car driver, Raghavendra (25), who have been accused of destroying evidence, are being produced in the court on Wednesday August 24. The accused may be handed over to criminal investigation department.

Hearing of the application made by the police for permission to match DNA of Bhaskar Shetty by collecting DNA of his mother and brothers is also coming up in the court today.

The accused are making widely differing statements, perhaps for misleading the investigators. CID deputy inspector general of police,Sonia Narang has reportedly gave taken the police personnel of Manipal station to task for their lackadaisical approach to the case in initial stages.







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