Girl who killed mother in Bengaluru, found holidaying in Andaman
Three days after the incident where 33-year-old girl allegedly stabbed her mother and escaped from KR Puram limits in Bengaluru, the Whitefield Division Police caught her in Port Blair, Andaman, along with her boyfriend
Amrutha Chandrasekhar, a 33-year-old techie, who stabbed her 55-year-old mother to death and injured her brother multiple times on February 2 in Bengaluru, has been arrested. She was found in Port Blair, Andaman, today (Wednesday).
The KR Puram Police, which registered two cases under IPC section 302 (for murder) and 307 (attempt to murder) against Amrutha following the complaint lodged by her brother Harish, who is in the hospital now. The cops traced her call location to Port Blair on February 3 and based on the CCTV footage from Kempe Gowda International Airport, Bengaluru, the special team left yesterday and today at 11:30, they arrested the accused along with her boyfriend from Port Blair.
Talking to Asianet Newsable, DCP Whitefiled, MN Anucheth said, "We have been able to trace the accused. The inspector has messaged me about the development today saying he caught them at 11:30. I am not able to contact him due to connectivity issues. By the end of today or latest by tomorrow, the accused will be brought back for further investigation."
Amrutha is said to have told her brother Harish, while attacking him from behind, that she was angered by money lenders coming home and demanding repayment of Rs 15 lakh that the family had borrowed earlier.