Madhu death case: CID questions accused in front of victims parents


Team Udayavani, Apr 27, 2019, 4:24 PM IST

Image for Representation

Bengaluru: The suspect of the murder of a 21-year-old engineering student in Raichur was questioned in front of the victim’s parents on Friday, April 26 by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) officers probing the case.

As per the sources, the suspect Sudarshan Yadav was questioned before Madhu’s parents so that he does not change his version later.

They CID police also held a spot inquiry by taking Sudarshan to a hill behind Manikprabhu Temple on the outskirts of the city, informed sources.

It is gathered that the CID officers will be soon taking more statement from Sudarshan’s family members and friends, who were aware of the fact that he was stalking the girl.

The CID is also likely to seek Sudarshan’s custody for more days as his four-day police custody ends on Saturday. A local court in Raichur had on Wednesday sent Yadav to four-day police custody, though the CID had asked for 10 days, informed sources.

Madhu, a sixth-semester student of a private engineering college in Raichur had left home on April 13 to attend classes but she did not return. Three days after the incident, her body was found hanging nearby. However, her parents alleged that it was not a suicide but a murder.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Kaup: 63-year-old man commits suicide

Man accused in rape case roams scot free even after FIR in K’taka

We monitor such developments: MEA on reports of China building 2nd bridge in Pangong Tso region

Afghan Taliban order women TV anchors to cover their faces

Bengaluru rains: Former CM raises ‘sinking’ image of city with Bommai

Headmistress sent to jail in Assam for bringing cooked beef to school

AirAsia India halves excess baggage fees for passengers taking connecting intl flights


Related Articles More

Kaup: 63-year-old man commits suicide

Man accused in rape case roams scot free even after FIR in K’taka

Bengaluru rains: Former CM raises ‘sinking’ image of city with Bommai

Rains wreak havoc in Karnataka for third day

Hijab row: K’taka govt makes uniform mandatory for PUC students

MUST WATCH

Important Health Tips Must Watch

Storks enjoy agriculture activity

UT Khadar Drives bus | Inauguration

NEWS BULLETIN 18-05-2022

School Students between clash video viral


Latest Additions

Kaup: 63-year-old man commits suicide

Man accused in rape case roams scot free even after FIR in K’taka

We monitor such developments: MEA on reports of China building 2nd bridge in Pangong Tso region

Afghan Taliban order women TV anchors to cover their faces

Bengaluru rains: Former CM raises ‘sinking’ image of city with Bommai

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.