Nation Crime 11 May 2019 Bengaluru: Parking f ...

Bengaluru: Parking fee row turns violent, one killed

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published May 11, 2019, 2:25 am IST
Updated May 11, 2019, 2:25 am IST
The incident happened around 4:30 pm, when Bharanidharan along with his relative went to the Lavanya theatre on St. John's Road to watch a movie.
The deceased has been identified as Bharanidharan (36), a resident of Austin Town. The police have arrested the parking ticket collector Selvaraj (50) and another cinema hall staff Shekhar (20) for the murder.
 The deceased has been identified as Bharanidharan (36), a resident of Austin Town. The police have arrested the parking ticket collector Selvaraj (50) and another cinema hall staff Shekhar (20) for the murder.

Bengaluru: A fight between a parking ticket collector and a vehicle owner at a cinema hall eventually led to the death of the latter in Bharati Nagar police station limits on Thursday.

The deceased has been identified as Bharanidharan (36), a resident of Austin Town. The police have arrested the parking ticket collector Selvaraj (50) and another cinema hall staff Shekhar (20) for the murder.

 

The incident happened around 4:30 pm, when  Bharanidharan along with his relative went to the Lavanya theatre on St. John's Road to watch a movie.

According to the police while parking his two-wheeler, Bharanidharan got into an argument with Selvaraj, as the latter was demanding Rs 10 as parking fee.

In a fit of anger Bharanidharan tried to assault Selvaraj, who called up another theatre staff Shekhar. The duo took Bharanidharan inside the theatre and assaulted him.

After receiving a few blows, Bharanidharan fell unconscious and collapsed. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.

Bharati Nagar police rushed to the spot and arrested the duo. A case has been registered and police have begun investigation.

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Location: India, Karnataka, Bengaluru




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