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Sakleshpur: Asked to release pledged gold, heartless sons kill mother


Team Udayavani, Mar 19, 2021, 8:36 PM IST

Sakleshpur: Two sons allegedly killed their mother for asking to release pledged gold in Karadigala, Sakleshpur Taluk on Tuesday, March 16.

The accused are identified as  Subramanya (47) and Rajegowda (50) and the victim has been identified as Thangyamma

It is said that after the demise of Thangyamma’s husband Puttaswamigowda, she was living with her another son Hemanth. On tuesday, she pressurised Subramanya and Rajegowda to release her pledged gold, enraged by this the two sons strangled her to death

A case has been registered in Sakleshpur Town Police station

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