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Naxal leader Krishna Murthy absence from fathers’ funeral leaves cops disappointed


Team Udayavani, Nov 18, 2018, 10:38 AM IST

Bengaluru/ Sringeri: Naxal activist B.G Krishna Murthy’s father Gopalayya Rao died at a private hospital in Sringeri on Saturday, November 17. 

Meanwhile, the police who expected Krishna Murthy to show up at his fathers’ funeral had beefed up security and even conducted combing operation jointly with the ANF team in order to nab Krishna Murthy. However, they were left disappointed as Krishna Murthy did not attend his fathers’ funeral.

Gopalayya who was suffering from cancer was admitted to Dhanvanthari hospital where he passed away without responding to the treatment. He is survived by his wife, one son and five daughters.

Gopalayya body was brought to his native Bukadibylu and the funeral rites were held here on Saturday night itself. Meanwhile, as Krishnamurthy, the only son of Gopalayya remained absent from the funeral ceremony, his last rites of Gopalayya were performed by his son-in-law.

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