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Kadaba acid attack case: K’taka HC denies bail to accused


Team Udayavani, Feb 10, 2021, 11:04 AM IST

Bengaluru: The Karnataka High court rejected the bail application of the accused in a 2020 Kadaba acid attack case.

A single-judge bench of Karnataka High Court, HP Sandesh denied bail to Jayanand Kottary.

On January 23, 2020, the accused Jayanand Kottary had attacked his sister in law with acid and she had suffered serious injuries, while her two-year-old child which she was holding that time, was also injured.

Several organizations had found fault with Kadaba police and they have been demanding action against the accused.

Many leaders including Dakshina Kannada district in-charge minister and the then deputy commissioner had met the injured lady at the Mangaluru hospital where she was undergoing treatment. They had also directed the concerned to conduct a detailed inquiry.

The SP had asked the DySP to look into the matter and submit a report. The DySP obtained a statement from the lady after she was shifted from the intensive care unit to the ward.

The affected lady had approached the police a number of times seeking protection from her brother-in-law’s tortures. She also had given details of torture she was undergoing, but the police had not done anything to help her, it was said.

They were found fumbling even in preparing the inquest process after the acid attack. It was learnt that the DySP report mentions that before the acid attack, the accused used to pester the lady to agree to have sex with him.

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