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Karthik, the rowdy in custody for the murder, told police that Pranay’s vehicle had brushed ag ainst his bike near the Chocolate Factory Junction and it led to altercation. Pranay allege d l y r e f u s e d t o p ay Karthik the money he demanded as compensation for the damages.
“The mudguard was damaged. I told him (Pranay) to pay Rs 1,000 so I could repair my bike.When he did not agree, I asked him if he could pay at least Rs 500. But he told me to do whatever I could and fled,“ Karthik said.
Karthik and his accomplice chased his bike for a few metres and waylaid Pranay who left the vehicle behind and began running. But the duo chased him down and Karthik stabbed him repeatedly, police said. He was stabbed eight times in his stomach, chest and neck.Search is on for the other accused.
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Police suspect that the stab bing of a techie on Tavarekere Main Road on Monday was a case of road rage. On Tues day, South East police had to open fire at a rowdy sheeter, who is believed to be involved in the murder of the 28-year-old software engineer Pranay Mishra near the Chocolate Factory.Police examined the CCTV footage of the area and saw the rowdy sheeter Karthik, who was on a two-wheeler with his associate Arun, and Mishra had a run-in the wee hours of Tuesday just before Mishra was stabbed.
Karthik, 25, is a resident of North Bengaluru. He was shot at as he was resisting arrest and sustained two bul let injuries to his legs. He has been shifted to the St Johns Hospital for treatment.
“The murder is suspected to be over road rage between the victim, Karthik and his associate. We will also check to see if there is any personal angle in the case. The possible motive of murder for gain has been ruled out as the victim’s wallet and mobile phone were intact. A search is on for Karthik’s associate,“ Seemanth Kumar Singh, Additional Commissioner of Police (East) told BM.
A team of policemen, including the Madiwala, Koramangala, HSR Layout police, had gone to arrest Karthik near Doddanagamangala in the vicinity of Electronics City on Tuesday evening. The rowdy sheeter attacked two policemen including the Koramangala police inspector and a police sub inspector to the HSR Layout police station. In self-defence, the other policemen opened fire at the accused. The injured two policemen are also undergoing treatment and they are said to be out of danger.
“Karthik, a rowdy sheeter, is involved in a few robbery cases too earlier. The areas where he operates are Koramangala, Parappana Agrahara and surrounding areas. Police could not find many eyewitnesses, so we went through the footage of the CCTVs in the vicinity and saw the movement of Karthik and another person on a two-wheleer on the Tavarekere Main Road. Their movement was within the time of the techie’s murder. As Karthik is a famil iar face in the police department due to his criminal history, the three police teams went to nab him,“ said an officer on part of the investigations. Mishra was stabbed to death early on Monday when he was going on his scooter to meet a friend. Before the murder, the victim had gone to another friend’s house in Begur for a party. As he was reportedly under the influence of alcohol, he was dropped to his residence on the Tavarekere Main Road by one of his friends. He then set out to meet another friend on his scooter around 3 am, when he is said to have come in contact with Karthik and his associate, who were also on a two wheeler. Police suspect the vehicles collided, which resulted in the road rage incident.
Mishra is originally from Bhubaneswar in Odisha and was working for Accenture in Bellandur.He has been in Bengaluru since 2014.
Techie killer attacks cops with knife
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Police had initially suspected Pranay was murdered by someone known to him as his valuables, including vehicle, wallet and mobile, were found intact. But investigations revealed Pranay’s scooter brushed against the bike on which Karthik and another suspect were riding near Chocolate Factory junction.
“They began arguing.All three were under the influence of liquor. Karthik and his accomplice attacked Pranay with knives. When Pranay tried to run, the duo chased him and stabbed him multiple times,” police said.
Karthik and his associate sped away on their bike. Pranay was taken by passersby to hospital where he was declared brought dead. Pranay had returned home after partying at a friend’s place and was on his way to meet his colleague and girlfriend when the incident happened.
TECHIE STABBED TO DEATH OUTSIDE HOUSE IN MADIWALA
A 28-year-old software engineer has been stabbed to death near the Chocolate Factory on the Tavarekere main road in Madiwala police station limits in the wee hours of Monday. The victim was working for a tech firm at Eco Space in Bellandur.
The techie has been identified as Pranay Mishra, a native of Bhubaneswar in Odisha. He was staying on the Tavarekere main road. He was working for a tech firm at Eco Space since 2014, the same year he came to Bengaluru. The victim was stabbed at around 3 am. He was rushed to a nearby private hospital for treatment where he succumbed to the stab injuries at around 5 am.
“On Sunday, the victim had gone to his friend’s house in Begur for a party. As he was reportedly under the influence of alcohol, he was dropped home by one of his friends who had come for the party. After returning home, he called a female friend wanting to meet her. He went to meet her at around 3 am. When he did not go to her residence, the friend called him and found that there was no response. Meanwhile, passers-by had informed police about a man lying unconscious in a pool of blood. He was shifted to a nearby private hospital where he succumbed to the stab injuries,” said an officer who is part of the investigations.
The mobile phone, wallet and other valuables of the victim were still with him. Even the victim’s scooter was at the scene of the incident.
“The accused have stabbed thrice to the chest and abdomen region of the victim. It does not look like a case of murder for money. Personal reason is being suspected as the reason for the murder.”
The body was handed over to the family after the post-mortem at St John’s Hospital.
The Madiwala police have registered a case of murder under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code and are investigating.
Bengaluru techie on way to meet girlfriend is stabbed to death
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- Software engineer with Accenture Pranay Mishra was stabbed to death by two bike-borne men near Chocolate Factory, Tavarekere main road, south Bengaluru.
- He was on his way to meet his girlfriend and colleague who stayed in the neighbourhood when he was killed.
Pranay Mishra moved to Bengaluru from Bhubaneswar in 2014. (Photo credit: Bangalore Mirror).
Pranay Mishra, from Bhubaneswar and a resident of Tavarekere, was on his way to meet his girlfriend and colleague who stayed in the neighbourhood when he was killed.
Madiwala police said Pranay partied at friend Balbir’s residence in Begur on Sunday night and returned to his rented accommodation around 2.45am. Pranay was dropped home by a friend. He called his girlfriend and told her he’d meet her in a few minutes
“Pranay went on his Honda Activa and reached the Chocolate Factory Junction where two bike-borne men accosted him. They stabbed him many times in the stomach and neck. When Pranay tried to escape, they chased and stabbed him.The duo fled when he collapsed. A few passersby noticed Pranay and rushed him to St John’s Medical College Hospital where he was declared brought dead,” a police officer said. Police suspect somebody known to Pranay killed him for personal reasons. Pranay’s mobile, wallet, scooter and other valuables were in tact. This indicates he was not attacked for gain,” a police officer said. Police have collected CCTV footage from cameras installed in and around the junction.
Police said Pranay came to Bengaluru after he completed B.Tech in Computer Science from Trident Academy of Technology , Bhubaneswar. His sister Prachi Mishra worked here as a techie. Prachi is married and lives with her husband in Marathahalli. “We’ve taken up a case of murder based on Prachi’s complaint,” police said.
The postmortem was conducted at St John’s Medical College Hospital and the body was handed over to his relatives, who said his body will be taken to Odisha for last rites. MB Boralingaiah, DCP (southeast), said he has formed three teams to nab the murderers.
Pranay’s girlfriend, also from Bhubaneswar, told police she didn’t know much about Pranay when she was in Bhubaneswar. They became good friends in Bengaluru. “We’ll call her again for questioning to know whether she had informed anyone that Pranay was coming to meet her. We hope to get clues from the information she gives us,” a police officer said.
In Bengaluru, Accenture Techie, 28, Is Stabbed To Death
Pranoy Mishra, who hailed from Odisha, worked for Accenture in Bengaluru.
Accenture Bengaluru techie Pranoy Mishra was killed on Monday.
Software engineer killed early on Monday morning
Body found on road, cellphone was left in pocket
Allegedly murdered by 2 men on a motorcycle, no arrests
A 28-year-old techie working with software major Accenture was killed in a Bengaluru suburb early on Monday morning while he was on his way to meet a woman friend. Pranoy Mishra belonged to Odisha. He was found bleeding after being stabbed repeatedly on a road about a kilometre from the house that he rented. Passersby rushed him to hospital where he was declared dead.
Police say Mr Mishra was out partying with friends on Sunday, reached home and then left to meet a female friend who stays nearby. “He has been stabbed multiple times, but no valuable has been taken by assailants, we are probing all angles and have got some leads,” said senior police officer MB Borolingaiah.
“A murder case has been registered and investigation is on to find the motive behind the attack, as Mishra’s cell phone and other belongings were found in his shirt and pant pockets,” said the police officer.
The police visited the Accenture office for more information on him from its management and his colleagues; the company has not commented yet on the case.
“As the murder took place in the wee hours after the weekend and away from Mishra’s office, the company is not being investigated,” said the police officer to news agency IANS.
The police has contacted the friends he met on Sunday and is scanning his call record details.
Bengaluru: Software engineer stabbed to death
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Bengaluru: An early morning ride to his friend’s house turned tragic for a 28-year-old techie, who was stabbed to death by unidentified men near the chocolate factory on Tavarekere Main Road. The incident occurred in a packed residential area around 4 am on Monday in Madiwala police limits.
The deceased, a software engineer with Accenture – Pranay Mishra, was from Odisha. Sunday being a holiday, Pranay was at his friend’s room in Begur along with other college friends where all of them partied till 8 pm.
Around 8.30 pm, Pranay booked a cab to reach his house in Krishna Murthi Layout in Suddaguntepalya. He dropped his friend on the way before reaching home. Later at around 2.30 am, Pranay called up his girlfriend, who is also a techie and a resident of BTM Layout 2nd Stage, and informed her that he would be coming to her place.
Pranay left in his two-wheeler and before he could reach the destination, a few unidentified men stopped his bike and stabbed him twice in his stomach. Pranay died of excessive bleeding. Though it was initially suspected that robbers may have stabbed him after Pranay resisted their bid to rob him, the police have found all his belongings intact. This prompted the police to investigate the personal
The incident came to light when neighbours spotted Pranay lying in a pool of blood. As they gathered around him, Pranay received a call on his mobile from his girlfriend whom the neighbours informed about the incident. She then called up their mutual friends and informed them who immediately rushed to the spot took Pranay to a private hospital, where the doctors declared him brought dead.
A case has been registered at the Madiwala police and three teams have been formed to identify and catch the culprits. The police are also examining the footage from CCTV cameras installed near the crime scene
Software engineer from Odisha stabbed to death in Madiwala
A 28-year old software engineer was stabbed to death by unidentified people in Tavarekere in Madiwala in the wee hours of Monday.
The victim, Pranay Mishra, a native of Bhubaneswar in Odisha, was a resident of Suddaguntepalya near BTM Layout here. He had come to Bengaluru in 2014 and was working as a software engineer with an IT firm.
According to the police, Mishra had attended a party at one of his friend’s place and returned home around 2.30 am. Later, he had called his girlfriend and told her that he was coming to her place. Mishra left home after 3 am on his bike when he was waylaid by miscreants who attacked him with lethal weapons. Mishra sustained four stab injuries, one in the chest and three in the abdomen.
He lay in a pool of blood on Tavarekere Main road, near Chocolate Factory, until some passersby noticed him and informed the police around 4 am.
A neighbour managed to get Mishra’s phone and while he was trying to call his contacts, a woman called up on the phone and she was told about the incident.
The police rushed to the spot and shifted the victim to St John’s Hospital where he was declared brought dead.
Preliminary investigation suggets that it is not a murder for gain as all his valuables, including his wallet, mobile phone and a gold earring were intact, the police said. The Madiwala police have registered a case of murder and are investigating it. Three special teams have been formed to probe the murder.
Police believe Pranay Mishra’s death was a case of road rage
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A notorious rowdy sheeter, suspected of murdering a software engineer on Monday morning, was nabbed after he tried to attack a team of policemen. The police had to open fire at Karthik to capture him. He is currently undergoing treatment for injuries and is in police custody.
Karthik, who is 22 years old, is named in eight cases in various police stations. He was sighted on a bike, along with another person, near Parapanna Agrahara prison on Tuesday evening. He tried to evade the policemen chasing him. At one point, he threw stones at them and even attacked them with a sharp knife, injuring two police officers. At this point, police fired two shots in the air and subsequently at him. He suffered injuries in his legs. His friend managed to escape.
“A preliminary investigation revealed that Karthik is the main suspect in the murder of Pranay Mishra, a software engineer. It seems to be a case of road rage. Karthik got into an argument with Pranay, which led to a fatal attack,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (South-east) Dr. M.B. Boralingaiah.
The body of Pranay, a 25-year-old who was employed with an IT giant, was found on Chocolate Factory Road in Madivala on Monday morning. He had been stabbed. Police found his valuables and his phone at the spot
Bengaluru: Techie Stabbed to Death on His Way to Meet Girlfriend
Engineer Stabbed to Death on His Way to Meet Girlfriend in Bengaluru
Bengaluru, Oct 10: A 28-year-old software engineer from Bhuwaneswar was stabbed to death in Bengaluru on Monday around 3 AM when he was on his way to meet his girlfriend. The deceased Pranay Mishra was killed near Chocolate Factory at the Tavarekere main road by two unidentified men.
The deceased Pranay Mishra was killed near Chocolate Factory.
The reason behind his murder is not known yet.
The Madiwala police informed that Pranay left from a friend’s house in Begur on Sunday night and returned to his rented apartment at around 2.45 AM. A friend dropped him near his apartment after which he called his girlfriend and told her he will meet her in a few minutes.
The police said that Pranay was on his bike and when he reached near Chocolate Factory Junction, two men on bike chased and later stabbed him several times on stomach and neck. He was taken to a nearby hospital by some passersby. He was, however, declared brought dead, reported Times of India.
The reason behind his murder is not known yet. Police informed that Pranay’s mobile, wallet, bike, and other valuables were not missing from the crime scene. (ALSO READ: Man convicted for murder of 13-year-old boy)
The Madiwala police have registered a murder case and collected a CCTV footage from the crime scene for investigation.
Bengaluru techie was victim of road rage
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BENGALURU: The Accenture software engineer who was stabbed to death allegedly by two bike-borne men in south Bengaluru on Monday was a victim of road rage. Police shot at and injured one of the two suspects after he attacked two police officers pursuing him on Tuesday evening.
The engineer, Pranay Mishra, from Bhubaneswar, was on his way to meet his girlfriend when he was murdered.
Police said CCTV footage from near the Chocolate Factory junction, Tavarekere Main Road, Madiwala, where Pranay was stabbed to death provided them vital leads on the identity of the killers. “Both suspects are listed as rowdysheeters in Madiwala police station,” a police source said.
Three teams were on the trail of the killers. A Koramangala police team zeroed in on the duo and pursued them near Dodda Nagamangala, near Parappana Agrahara, southeast Bengaluru. “The suspects were on a bike and on reaching the dead-end of a road, they abandoned the vehicle.The suspects split and went in two different directions. The pursuing party chased one of them, Karthik, 27, a Kalyan Nagar resident,” they said. A 20-year-old woman riding pillion was killed after she fell off the scooter and came under the wheels of a truck near Shetterahalli Gate, Devanahalli, on the outskirts of Bengaluru on Tuesday evening.The scooterist was trying to avoid a pothole, when the accident happened.
This is the fourth death caused by accidents involving potholes in Bengaluru, in less than 10 days.
Vishwanathapura police said Kavitha N, a resident of Kundana village of Bengaluru Rural district and a garment employee, fell to the left and was run over by the truck, while her sister Vijayalakshmi N fell to the right and survived with minor injuries.
The sisters were returning home around 6.30pm on their Scooty, after visiting Devanahalli for some personal work.
Police said Kavitha was the youngest of three daugh ters of daily wage labourer Narayana Swamy . All the siblings worked in a garment factory in Doddaballapur.
“Work was under way at the accident spot as part of a project to widen the two-lane national highway into a six-lane highway . The rider noticed the pothole and tried to avoid it, and lost control of the vehicle. The rider fell to her right and the pillion to her left. A
Doddaballapur bound truck was moving next to the scooter and Kavitha came under the rear wheel of the truck. She was killed instantly,” a police officer said.
Kavitha’s body was shifted to Devanahalli Government Hospital for postmortem. The truck driver fled the scene, leaving his vehicle behind.