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Double murder shocker in Bengaluru


Team Udayavani, Aug 26, 2019, 12:36 PM IST

Bengaluru: Tow people were killed in the middle of the main road on late Sunday, August 25 night near JP Nagar.

The deceased have been identified as Thamma Manja, a rowdy sheeter and Naveen, son of a builder.

The incident took place when the duo were going back home in a scooter after having dinner at a hotel near JP Nagar.

As per the sources, a Hyundai i20 car hit the Activa scooter on which Manja and Naveen were travelling and a group of miscreants, got down from the car and hacked the duo mercilessly with lethal weapons. Both murders had taken place at a distance of 200 meters apart.

It is also gathered that the killers were following Raghu and Naveen for quite a distance before the murder.

Following the incident, the police have seized the from murder spot and two separate cases have been registered in J P Nagar and Puttenahalli police stations with this regard

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