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Karnataka Police Arrests Three Below-Poverty Line Youths In Luxury ar Burning Case of BJP MLA

In the latest update, the Karnataka police have arrested three youths in the luxury car burning incident at BJP MLA Satish Reddy’s residence.

Arrestees Actions Were Influenced By “Prosperity of Some People”

Late Friday after the arrests, the accused admitted before the police that their activities were fuelled by their hate towards prosper of certain individuals.
Bandepalya Naveen, 22, Garvebaavipalya Sagar, 19, and Begur Sridhar, 20, who were captured have been jobless and one of them have even been associated with bicycle lifting occurrences while another is a medication fanatic, as indicated by the police.
The accused have told police that they saw Satish Reddy utilizing enormous extravagance vehicles and they begrudged his riches. Sagar, who is from Nepal even attempted to move toward Reddy looking for a task. Be that as it may, security staff never permitted him to meet Reddy.
They further informed the police that they chose to consume the vehicles to show something new to the alleged rich and amazing. They had bounced a 10 feet high compound divider to perpetrate the wrongdoing. They had burgled a bicycle after the occurrence.

One Of The Accused Burned His Leg While Burning Cars

As per the latest reports, all of the accused come from beneath the poverty line families. One of the blamed got his leg consumed while burning vehicles and police could follow them subsequent to going through CCTV film nearby. Police Commissioner Kamal Pant liked the work of the police group who seized the accused people. He reported compensation of Rs 1 lakh for the group.
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“We don’t accept the assertions of the accused. We are as yet exploring, after the intensive examinations reality will come out,” he expressed.

The episode occurred on August 12. The episode had accepted a common turn as it was thought that the lowlifes had burnt the vehicles in the background of revealing of Shiva sculpture in the voting public.

Bangalore Police Commissioner Pant had visited the place of Satish Reddy at 4 a.m. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai likewise responded from Mangaluru and censured the occurrence.