Sullia: KVG College AO Murder – Mysterious Parcels Related to Murder ?

Sullia: KVG College AO Murder – Mysterious Parcels Related to Murder ?

Daijiworld Media Network – Sullia (SP)

Sullia, May 3: The people are now discussing the possibility of two mysterious parcels sent by unanimous senders by post, having some links with the murder of the administrative officer (AO) of KVG Medical College, A S Ramakrishna, who was brutally slain on Thursday last.  

About two weeks before the said murder, Vibhuti (sacred ash) had been sent by an unknown sender to Dr K V Chidanand, vice president of the Academy of Liberal Education, which runs KVG Group of Educational Institutions.  On April 23, administrative officer of KVG Ayurveda Medical College, Dr Leeladhar, had received an envelope sent through post. This envelope too did not bear the name of the sender.

Dr Leeladhar, who was in Bangalore at the time Ramakrishna was murdered, came back after learning about the incident. He opened the envelope stated above, and found pieces of the kraft paper used to pack ‘Moksha’ brand of scented sticks. The pieces distinctly bore the printed words, ‘Moksha’ on them, as the sender had cut only pieces bearing this printed word. ‘Moksha’ in almost all the Indian languages means salvation or liberation.

The murder of Ramakrishna on April 28 has given rise to the suspicion that these envelopes have something to do with this gory incident. The parcel containing pieces of scented stick container has been handed over to the policemen. The chances of these two parcels having been sent by unnamed senders a few days before the murder of the AO may not be an act of coincidence, people feel.


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