On Thursday, a Tahsildar on responsibility, Chandramouleswar aged 54 was stabbed to dying by a retired college instructor allegedly in Bangarpet taluk. Pursuing the incident, the Karnataka CM declared his condemnation of the incident. He also announced ex-gratia of Rs 25 lakhs.
Venkatapatheppa, the 65-yr-previous college instructor who was accused in the crime was arrested on Thursday evening.
Tahsildar stabbed on duty
Early in the evening at 3:30 pm, Tahsildar Chandramouleswar was out on a survey of farmland in the Bangarpet Taluk. The land belonged to Venkatapatheppa and Ramamurthy the law enforcement claimed. The two had been involved in a land dispute and Venkatatheppa was fearing to get rid of the land he considered of as his.
Venkatatheppa a retired faculty teacher threatened and yelled at Chandramouleswar and when the Tahsildar experimented with to pacify him and warned him of arrest, the gentleman took out a knife and stabbed him. The Tahsildar was admitted to Bangarpet hospital in Kolar, having said that, he succumbed to his accidents on the way.
The CM of Karnataka BS Yediyurappa who was notified of the incident expressed regret, the CM’s business stated, “It is regrettable that in the situation of a land dispute in the village of Kalavanchi in Bangarapet Taluk, a person experienced stabbed him to dying with a knife when he went to have out the survey.”
The business added on Twitter that the spouse and children will be supplied compensation for their loss, “May possibly God, Chandramauleshwar, give peace to His soul. Give his family the energy to close their possess hurt and misery. 25 lakhs from the Chief Minister’s Compensation Fund to fulfil the deceased’s loss of life with law enforcement honours. Payment and family members members are encouraged to give a govt career.”
The Police have been requested to get stern lawful motion.
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