Sullia: Mortal remains of woman found stuffed in gunny bag


Daijiworld Media Network – Sullia (SS)

Sullia, Nov 23: The mortal remains of a woman was found stuffed in a gunny bag in a rented house here at Beeramangala who is suspected to be killed by her husband.

It is suspected that the accused is likely to be Imran who is working in a hotel here. He has been living in a rented house in Beeramangala for the last six months and it is said that about two days back he had left the town saying that he would be going to his home town and had not taken his wife along with him. When the locals suspected foul play the police were informed about the missing woman.


The house where the body was found and Imran (inset)

The police broke open the rented house in which Imran was living. On searching and inspecting the house, the police found a gunny bag stuffed with a dead body of a woman. The Sullia police are investigating.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Rohan R Karkera, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    Another day another crime! Wake up call to whoever thinks this has nothing to do with the upbringing of a certain community! Please don't favour the perpetrators just because you think they might support your favourite party in the elections! Their "Secularism" is only valid to them if and only if it favours them! I doubt they even value any secularism, law and order of the country. I'm speaking from a left leaning point of view myself! RIP.

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  • Rohan R Karkera, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    Another day another crime! Wake up call to whoever thinks this has nothing to do with the upbringing of a certain community! Please don't favour the perpetrators just because you think they might support your favourite party in the elections! Their "Secularism" is only valid to them if and only if it favours them! I doubt they even value any secularism, law and order of the country. I'm speaking from a left leaning point of view myself! RIP.

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    What is that man stuffed in a gunny bag ? Karba, baatli, paper& scrap business or what !

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  • RK, Mangalore Surathkal

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    Flavian. He might be the Gujuri batch. So he use gunny bag

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    Too cruel & inhuman execution of a human being, moreover own wife! R.I.P.

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  • ca girishkk, valencia/m'lore

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    Any killings by anyone irrespective of his/her religion/caste to be condemned by all prominent leaders and such people should not be given any support to live in the society. Then only we can see peaceful living of all citizens.

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    These criminals are emboldened by the govt. They know that this is the govt which wil let go free criminal gang rapists and murderers of child even aftr conviction. In fact they wil honour them calling them sanskari.

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  • Pramod kumar, Manglore

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    It's the court which punishes or acquits criminals. Not government. Read constitution first.

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    Perfect example of andhbhakth. Who let go convicted rapista of bilkis banu?

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  • Pramod kumar, Manglore

    Fri, Nov 25 2022

    High court of Gujarat.

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  • RK, Mangalore Surathkal

    Wed, Nov 23 2022

    One more aacha admi of afgani batch ... Afgani frogs are doing very peaceful things all over

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