Renukaswamy murder: Police collect crucial CCTV footage indicting Darshan

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Published July 5, 2024 at 12:50pm

    Darshan is A2 in the case

    Pavitra Gowda is A1 in the case

    CCTV recordings to play a crucial role

Investigators have obtained critical evidence in the Renukaswamy murder case by collecting DVR footage from four key locations. The footage, sourced from CCTV cameras, includes recordings from the shed in RR Nagar where Renukaswamy was tortured and killed, as well as from the homes of Pavitra Gowda, Darshan, and Pradosh.

Also Read: Here are 10 reasons why Darshan’s judicial custody was extended

Renukaswamy’s ordeal began when he was kidnapped from Chitradurga and taken to the RR Nagar shed. Before his death, he was given a hearty meal, akin to a lamb being fed sumptuously before slaughter. After having lunch at 5 p.m., Darshan and his associates launched a brutal assault, beating him and administering electric shocks. His body was later dumped in a drain.

The case gained traction when Darshan, arrested on June 11 from a gym in Mysuru, was revealed to have sent visuals of the corpse to Mohan Kumar, an ex-corporator. Kumar financed the destruction of evidence, a fact he admitted during police questioning. Kumar’s statement has provided significant leads in the investigation.

The four CCTV recordings are expected to shed light on the movements and interactions of those involved. Footage from the RR Nagar shed will likely offer insights into the crime scene, while recordings from Pavitra Gowda’s house may reveal her involvement as A1 in the case. Similarly, footage from Darshan’s and Pradosh’s houses could uncover additional connections and conspiracies.

The police are diligently analyzing the footage to piece together the sequence of events and corroborate witness statements. This evidence is crucial in building a comprehensive case against the perpetrators and ensuring justice for Renukaswamy. The investigation continues as authorities strive to bring all involved to justice and provide closure to the victim’s family.

Renukaswamy murder: Police collect crucial CCTV footage indicting Darshan

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    Darshan is A2 in the case

    Pavitra Gowda is A1 in the case

    CCTV recordings to play a crucial role

Investigators have obtained critical evidence in the Renukaswamy murder case by collecting DVR footage from four key locations. The footage, sourced from CCTV cameras, includes recordings from the shed in RR Nagar where Renukaswamy was tortured and killed, as well as from the homes of Pavitra Gowda, Darshan, and Pradosh.

Also Read: Here are 10 reasons why Darshan’s judicial custody was extended

Renukaswamy’s ordeal began when he was kidnapped from Chitradurga and taken to the RR Nagar shed. Before his death, he was given a hearty meal, akin to a lamb being fed sumptuously before slaughter. After having lunch at 5 p.m., Darshan and his associates launched a brutal assault, beating him and administering electric shocks. His body was later dumped in a drain.

The case gained traction when Darshan, arrested on June 11 from a gym in Mysuru, was revealed to have sent visuals of the corpse to Mohan Kumar, an ex-corporator. Kumar financed the destruction of evidence, a fact he admitted during police questioning. Kumar’s statement has provided significant leads in the investigation.

The four CCTV recordings are expected to shed light on the movements and interactions of those involved. Footage from the RR Nagar shed will likely offer insights into the crime scene, while recordings from Pavitra Gowda’s house may reveal her involvement as A1 in the case. Similarly, footage from Darshan’s and Pradosh’s houses could uncover additional connections and conspiracies.

The police are diligently analyzing the footage to piece together the sequence of events and corroborate witness statements. This evidence is crucial in building a comprehensive case against the perpetrators and ensuring justice for Renukaswamy. The investigation continues as authorities strive to bring all involved to justice and provide closure to the victim’s family.

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