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Bengaluru: Unable to provide for family, man murders 2-year-old daughter, arrested

The accused was unemployed for 6 months. He stole jewellery from his house and filed a false police report of theft.

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Bengaluru: Unable to provide for family, man murders 2-year-old daughter, arrested

The Bengaluru police have arrested a 45-year-old man, who failing to feed his daughter, killed his 2-year-old daughter. After getting arrested, the man told the police that he also tried to commit suicide by drowning self, but could not do so.

Notably, the police reports say that on Saturday night, a two-year-old girl’s dead body was fished out of a lake in the Kendatti village of the Kolar taluk. The cops said that they discovered a blue car on the lake’s bank. The residents alerted the Kolar rural police after becoming suspicious about this.

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Police reached the spot with the accused and recreated the scene.

Following their investigation, the police detained the suspect for his daughter’s killing. Rahul Parmar, a native of Gujarat who moved to Bengaluru two years ago with his wife Bhavya, was named as the accused.

Rahul told the police that he spent time and played with his daughter in the car before killing her since he didn’t have any money and couldn’t provide for her.

On November 15, the accused and his daughter went missing, prompting the girl’s mother Bhavya to report them missing to the police station. The police claim that Parmar lost money in his Bitcoin business and has been unemployed for the past six months.

Parmar had also reported the theft of gold items from his home to the Bengaluru police station. He once visited the police station to ask questions. When the police looked after the complaint, they discovered that it was Rahul who had stolen the jewels from his he house and pledged them. He then reported a false theft to the police.

He was warned by the police and told to report to the station. The accused is thought to have acted in some way out of concern for the repercussions of making up a false police report. Police are looking into the situation.

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Former Karnataka CM Yediyurappa announces retirement from electoral politics, says will work to ensure PM Modi is re-elected in 2024

Veteran BJP leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa announced his retirement for electoral politics on Monday, however, he maintained that he will continue to be active in politics to ensure that BJP is back in power in the state and PM Narendra Modi gets a third term in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.

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former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa

Veteran BJP leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa announced his retirement for electoral politics on Monday, however, he maintained that he will continue to be active in politics to ensure that BJP is back in power in the state and PM Narendra Modi gets a third term in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.

Speaking to reporters in Belagavi, Yediyurappa,80, revealed that he won’t be contesting in upcoming Assembly elections due to his age but stressed that his only aim now is to ensure Prime Minister Narendra Modi is re-elected in next year’s elections and the BJP returns to power in Karnataka.

Yediyurappa, who is also a member of the BJP’s Central Parliamentary Committee, is in a tussle with local BJP leadership over getting his son B.Y. Vijayendra a befitting position in the party. The former CM announced that his son would contest polls from Yediyurappa’s Shikaripura Assembly constituency, however, he said that he would respect the party’s final decision on the matter.

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Reports quoting BJP insiders claim that the BJP strongman is slighted within the party and prevented from undertaking independent yatras and tours.

Yediyurappa said that he has already as MLA and CM and announced that he will help build the party by touring and do everything in his power to bring back BJP in power.

The BJP leader resigned as Chief Minister in July 2021 and was replaced by current Karnataka CM Basvaraj Bommai. Yediyurappa began his electoral politics as “Purasabha’ president in Shikaripura and in 1983 was elected to represent the constituency. Since then, he has won eight times from Shikaripura.

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Karnataka: Viral video shows man chasing, attacking another with machete in government office | WATCH

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A disturbing video has emerged in which a man is chasing another with a machete inside a government office in a Karnataka village.

CCTV footage from Maddur taluk office shows a man in a red shirt chasing another inside the premises with a machete on Tuesday. The clip has viral on social media.

The assailant has been identified as Nandan and the victim Chennaraj, 45. As per the local police, Nandan attacked Chennaraj over a land dispute.

They said that Chennaraj came to the taluk office to settle a land dispute where Nandan was also present.

However, Nandan became furious after the decision came in favour of Chennaraj and as soon they came out of the office, the attacker hurled chilli powder in the victim’s eyes, took out a machete and

Luckily, Chennaraj saw the attack coming and ran for his life towards the exit. The scuffle was captured on CCTV footage.

Another video showed Nandan following him outside where Chenaraj is seen falling to the ground as the assailant manages to strike him with the weapon. Nandan then follows to deliver over a dozen more strikes to Chennaraj with the sharp-edged blade before locals gathered, overpowered him and managed to stop the assault.

Chennaraj sustained grievous injuries in the attack and was rushed to a local hospital wherefrom he was later shifted to a hospital in Mandya for advanced treatment, police said.

Nandan has been arrested and a case has been registered against him, they added.

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Jallikattu: 4 die, several injured during bull taming event in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka

MK Stalin expressed his condolences for the deaths of the people and announced a Rs 3 lakh compensation to each of their families.

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14-year-old gored to death at Jallikattu event in Tamil Nadu

The popular Jallikattu event, which is being held in South India, claimed four lives in three days. Nearly 100 people were also injured, including 22 critically injured, during the bull-taming event in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Two spectators succumbed to injuries on Monday after being attacked by bulls in Karnataka’s Shivamogga district on Saturday. The 24-year-old died after he was attacked by several out-of-control bulls. He sustained severe injuries and was rushed to McGann District Hospital, where he died during treatment.

In another incident, a 34-year-old man died after a bull jumped on him at a bull-racing event at Konaganavalli, near Ayanuru town, on Sunday.

On Monday, during a Jallikattu event in Tamil Nadu, a 26-year-old bull tamer collapsed on the spot after being hit by a bull’s horn in the belly. He was rushed to the hospital in a waiting ambulance, but by the time he reached the hospital, he had lost a lot of blood, and doctors declared him dead.

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Also, a 25-year-old, a young spectator, was fatally gored by a ferocious bull in Periya Suriyur, on the outskirts of Tiruchi. According to authorities, he was waiting with a bull owner to collect his animal when it ran off the arena and hit him in the chest. He, however, passed away at the hospital a couple of hours later.

Earlier, Madurai Collector Sekhar stated that the Jallikattu event would be held smoothly and without incident. Sekhar stated that security measures, such as barricading and the deployment of over 2,000 police officers, as well as the availability of the best medical care, had been put in place to ensure the safety of bulls, participants, and spectators.

MK Stalin expressed his condolences for the deaths of the people and announced a Rs 3 lakh compensation to each of their families.

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