In one of the most shocking incidents that took place in the city of Bangalore, a man was hacked to death in front of the customers and staff of café coffee day outlet in Manuvana by a group of 4 armed assailants. According to the sources, this incident took place out of the gang rivalry between the two groups. What exactly happened that day and who are connected to this case? Read the complete report here.
According to the news published by the national daily Times of India, a group of 4 armed assailants entered the premises of Café Coffee day situated at Manuvana and attacked the deceased Mahesh with the choppers and sharp weapons. The attack resulted in the instant death of Mahesh. Sources have claimed that the attack was pre-planned and outcome of internal rivalry in two groups.
The sources have also claimed that the deceased Mahesh was a regular visitor to Café Coffee day outlet at Manuvana and on a fateful day he visited the outlet with his friend for just 15 minutes before he was attacked by the armed assailants and hacked to death. There are rumors that Mahesh’s murder was in retaliation for the killing of rowdy-sheeter Harsha.
While Mahesh, 35 was attacked by assailants and murdered brutally, his friend Rakshith was seriously injured in this incident. The attack is said to be taken place at around 7.30pm on Thursday in front of the customers and staff of the café coffee day outlet at Manuvana in Vijaynagar police station limits. According to the sources, out of the two victims, one is identified as Mahesh alias Mota who was declared “brought dead” at the nearby hospital while the other person identified as Rakshith has got seriously wounded in the attacked and presently undergoing the treatment.
According to the incident narrated by the staff of the outlet, the armed assailants barged into the café coffee day outlet with choppers and sharp weapons. Looking at them the two friends started running to escape from attackers but the attackers managed to get hold of deceased Mahesh, alias Motu near the steps of the outlet and attacked him with choppers and sharp weapons. Looking at the friend collapsed on the floor in a pool of blood Rakshith came to his rescue and attackers injured him too.
After the attackers fled the scene accomplishing their task, the panicked outlet staff called the Vijayanagar police who rushed both the victims to the nearby private hospital where the Mahesh alias Motu was declared as “brought dead” and Rakshith was admitted in critical condition.
The police have sealed the café coffee day outlet premises till the further investigation completes since they have to yet to ascertain if the outlet has any CCTV surveillance system installed inside the premises. There are rumors that Mahesh’s murder was in retaliation for the murder of rowdy-sheeter Harsha, who was murdered a few days back on the Pipeline Road near RPC Layout.
This is the clear cut picture of a gang war between two groups that resulted in the death of Mahesh and if the story of Rowdy-Sheeter is true the case will take a different turn as there would be possibilities of more such attacks in the future. This kind open attacks in the public shows that culprits do not have any fear of police system. This case may be needed to be handled with most diligently to make sure that such things do not happen again in the public. If any of the readers from Bangalore had witnessed this incident kindly share their experience with us and we will publish the same.