Man held for killing sister-in-law over property row


Team Udayavani, Feb 19, 2019, 11:15 AM IST

Bengaluru:  A man who murdered his sister-in-law by strangling her to death at her residence over a property row was arresed by the Kengeri police.

The deceased is Saishree Anu, working as a system operator with BHEL. The accused is Vivek Prakash, a resident of Kengeri, was married to the sister of the deceased, Netravathi, a year ago. 

It is gathered that Anu had decided to sell land in Bidadi which she owned for Rs 13 lakh. But Prakash was forcing her to sell it to him for Rs 8 lakh and she had refused. After Prakash got to know that she had contacted a few realtors to sell the land he had fought with her.

On Sunday evening, Prakash came to Anu’s house to discuss the land and when she refused to talk to him, he strangled her to death using a cloth and fled. Around 9 pm, when Netravati came to check on Anu as she was not answering the husband’s calls. She found Anu lying motionless.

Since the incident, Prakash had gone incommunicado but the Kengeri police, who had taken up the case, traced and arrested him.

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