Doctor killed after making pvt videos of fiance, her mother viral

Bengaluru, Sep 20 (IANS) In a stunning case, the Karnataka Police have broken the homicide secret of a Chennai-based specialist in Bengaluru. The test has uncovered that the youthful specialist was killed by his life partner for purportedly delivering her and her mom’s confidential recordings via web-based entertainment, police said on Tuesday.

The departed has been recognized as Dr Vikas, 27, and the charged have been distinguished as his life partner 25-year-old Pratipa, an inhabitant of Mico Format, her companion Susheel (25) and Gowtham (27). The police have sent off a chase after the other charged called Surya.

Vikas was lethally gone after on September 10 and he surrendered on September 18 at a confidential medical clinic. The episode occurred in the constraints of Begur police headquarters of Bengaluru.

As per police, Dr Vikas and charged Pratipa hailed from Chennai. Pratipa functioned as a planner. They got acquainted with one another through web-based entertainment a long time back.

They experienced passionate feelings for and reported it to their families. Subsequent to getting the assent, they fixed their marriage for the following year in November. Dr Vikas had finished his medication course in Ukraine and rehearsed in Chennai.

He had come to Bengaluru for instructing with respect to chasing after his course further for quite some time, and they began living respectively. During this time, Dr Vikas made private recordings of his life partner Pratipa. He had recorded her mom’s recordings likewise, police said.

Afterward, he had opened a phony record via online entertainment and distributed the confidential recordings, which had turned into a web sensation. Police said that both Vikas and Pratipa’s families battled about the issue.

Pratipa was harmed with the turn of events and imparted it to her other blamed companions. Susheel welcomed Dr Vikas to his home on September 10 and when he came, the denounced attacked him with a mop stick and different weapons, police said. Further examination was on.