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Bengaluru: Two accused in IAS aspirant suicide case skip police attendance after bail


Team Udayavani, Jun 25, 2021, 6:24 PM IST

Bengaluru: Two accused in the Bengaluru sextortion case, which allegedly led to the suicide of a 26-year-old IAS aspirant, have failed to mark attendance before police for two months after getting bail.

It is said that as per bail conditions in April, the accused Naushad alias Robin Khan (28) and Javed alias Mama (25) from Rasuplur in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur district were asked to mark attendance at KR Puram police station every second Saturday.

However, they failed to turn up before the cops for the past two months. “We’ll take appropriate action including approaching the court for canceling bail,” said a police officer.

A 25-year-old man aspiring for civil services died by suicide allegedly due to blackmailing by an extortion racket wherein a woman lured him to strip himself online and took videos.

The woman sent a friendship request in the social media to the man and since then they became intimate friends though they had not seen each other physically. Later, they exchanged their WhatsApp number too and used to have video chat, the official said.

During the chat, the woman lured him to strip himself and recorded it. Once the video was in their hands, the gang threatened to share the video on social media.

A case of abetment of suicide and extortion was registered against a gang of over six people. The Rajasthan police managed to track down two of the gang members

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