Parents In Bengaluru Allegedly Cremated The Body Of Their Son

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Highlights

  • Cremation of a man who committed suicide took place in Bengaluru without alerting the police.
  • With the help of the tip the police were alerted and arrived to find the family ready to place the body on the pyre.

Cremation of a man who committed suicide took place in Bengaluru without alerting the police. It has caused roughly ten people in serious trouble, including his parents. The body was burnt in the fields of the main accused, off Magadi Road, on Sunday morning.

However, with the help of the tip the police were alerted and arrived to find the family ready to place the body on the pyre. When they saw the cops, they swiftly pushed the body onto the pile and lit it before fleeing the scene.

On Sunday, between 9.45 and 11.30 a.m., the occurrence occurred near the Kallerapalya check dam. N Jagadish, the dead, hanged himself on a tree near Huchappanagudde.

He was the son of the major suspects, Nagaraju and Padma. Nagaraju shifted his son's body to his land near the dam with the help of others after carrying his son's body down.

Police officers Krishnappa and Muthuraj received a tip around 11.30 a.m. that arrangements were being made to cremate a body. They raced to the scene after discovering that the dead had committed suicide, as an investigation is required in such circumstances, followed by a postmortem, reported The News Indian Express.

After lighting fire to the pyre, the suspects are claimed to have escaped. The police said that the cause of the man's death has yet to be determined. The parents and relatives of the dead are among the suspects who have gone missing. All of them will be arrested because it is a criminal offence.

Furthermore, a case of failing to give notice or information to a public servant by a person legally obligated to do so and causing the disappearance of evidence of the offence, as well as giving false information to a screen offender has been filed.

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