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Brutal attack on RTI activist; victim succumbs to injuries


Team Udayavani, Jul 19, 2021, 2:05 PM IST

Ramnagar: RTI activist Venkatesh has died on Sunday after he was attacked by a gang with weapons, who cut off his leg and hand before fleeing.

The 43-year-old had been admitted to a hospital where his severed limbs were rejoined.

The assailants assaulted Venkatesh severing his right hand and leg, they then fled the scene after Venkatesh’s screams drew passersby. A profusely bleeding Venkatesh was later rushed to a hospital.

The police, who have been searching for the culprits, have apparently traced them after going through CCTV footage.

Police said that the motive behind the attack appears to be a financial dispute among relatives. They also reported that Venkatesh had an extra-marital affair which could also be the motive behind the attack.

 

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