Darshan’s sister brings dry fruits to jail, but authorities refuse to hand it over

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Published July 10, 2024 at 8:03pm

    Darshan is A2 in the Renukaswamy murder case

    His sister paid him a visit at Parappana Agrahara

    He is serving judicial custody

Darshan, a key suspect in the brutal murder of Renukaswamy, received a visit from his elder sister, her husband, and their son at Parappana Agrahara jail. This marks the second visit from his family since his apprehension on June 11 at a gym in Mysuru. Despite his sister bringing dry fruits for Darshan, jail authorities did not permit them to be handed over.

Also Read: Karnataka High Court adjourns Darshan’s plea for home-cooked food till July 18

The investigation into the case has taken a grim turn with revelations that Renukaswamy was brutally beaten before his body was disposed of in a drain to simulate a murder. The chilling details emerged from Chitradurga, where Renukaswamy was lured into a shed and assaulted severely. The murder has sent shockwaves through the community, increasing the pressure on police to bring the perpetrators to justice.

Authorities are meticulously analyzing call logs to piece together the suspects’ movements and communications. This effort is expected to provide critical insights into the planning and execution of the crime. The police hope that these details will lead to more evidence and help establish the involvement of all accused parties.

Darshan, identified as Accused No. 2 (A2), is one of several individuals in judicial custody, including Pavitra Gowda, who is listed as Accused No. 1 (A1). As the investigation progresses, the focus remains on ensuring a thorough and unbiased probe to secure a conviction for those responsible for this heinous crime.

The court’s decision on Darshan’s plea for home-cooked food and personal items, scheduled for July 18, will also be closely watched. Meanwhile, the community awaits justice for Renukaswamy as the legal process continues to unfold.

Darshan’s sister brings dry fruits to jail, but authorities refuse to hand it over

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    Darshan is A2 in the Renukaswamy murder case

    His sister paid him a visit at Parappana Agrahara

    He is serving judicial custody

Darshan, a key suspect in the brutal murder of Renukaswamy, received a visit from his elder sister, her husband, and their son at Parappana Agrahara jail. This marks the second visit from his family since his apprehension on June 11 at a gym in Mysuru. Despite his sister bringing dry fruits for Darshan, jail authorities did not permit them to be handed over.

Also Read: Karnataka High Court adjourns Darshan’s plea for home-cooked food till July 18

The investigation into the case has taken a grim turn with revelations that Renukaswamy was brutally beaten before his body was disposed of in a drain to simulate a murder. The chilling details emerged from Chitradurga, where Renukaswamy was lured into a shed and assaulted severely. The murder has sent shockwaves through the community, increasing the pressure on police to bring the perpetrators to justice.

Authorities are meticulously analyzing call logs to piece together the suspects’ movements and communications. This effort is expected to provide critical insights into the planning and execution of the crime. The police hope that these details will lead to more evidence and help establish the involvement of all accused parties.

Darshan, identified as Accused No. 2 (A2), is one of several individuals in judicial custody, including Pavitra Gowda, who is listed as Accused No. 1 (A1). As the investigation progresses, the focus remains on ensuring a thorough and unbiased probe to secure a conviction for those responsible for this heinous crime.

The court’s decision on Darshan’s plea for home-cooked food and personal items, scheduled for July 18, will also be closely watched. Meanwhile, the community awaits justice for Renukaswamy as the legal process continues to unfold.

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