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Vishala Ganiga murder case: Husband arrested, produced in court


Team Udayavani, Jul 20, 2021, 5:31 PM IST

Udupi: The husband of Vishala Ganiga, Ramakrishna Ganiga, accused of murdering his wife, was arrested by police and presented in the court here on Monday.

Ramakrishna was remanded to four-day police custody for further investigation.

Along with Ramakrishna, another accused connected to the murder was also arrested by the police.

Vishala Ganiga was found murdered in their apartment in Brahmavar on July 12.

A six-member Udupi police team interrogated ten suspects connected to the murder and has reportedly collected enough evidences implicating Vishala’s husband Ramakrishna.

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