Kannada Star Darshan Detained By Bengaluru Police In Connection With Renukaswamy Murder Case

Controversy's favourite child Challenging Star Darshan is back in the news but for all the wrong reasons. The Bengaluru City police have detained the Kannada star in connection with a murder case. The police have arrested more than 10 persons in the murder of a person identified as Renukaswamy from Chitradurga. Read on for more details.
A File Photo Of Challenging Star Darshan

A File Photo Of Challenging Star Darshan

The Bengaluru Police have detained Challenging Star Darshan for questioning in connection with the murder of an individual identified as Renukaswamy from Chitradurga. The police have also arrested over 10 people along with another individual called Pavithra Gowda in connection with the case.

The Murder Case

Even as the Kannada film industry was coming to terms with the shocking news of Yuva Rajkumar’s divorce, Sandalwood woke up to another shocker with the detainment of Darshan in connection with a murder case!
Addressing mediapersons, Bengaluru City Police Commissioner B Dayananda said, "On Sunday (June 9), a male dead body was found. Later, the police registered a murder case after examining the wounds found on the body and based on further investigation, the victim was identified as Renukaswany (33), a resident of Chitradurga.”
He added, “Darshan has been secured and is presently being probed. Primary investigation has revealed that the victim had sent some derogatory message to the actor's wife.”

Darshan Picked Up From Mysuru

According to reports, the police picked up Darshan from Mysuru and the star is being questioned in connection with the case.
Also, another individual identified as Pavithra Gowda has been picked up by the police for inquiry in the matter.
The crime surfaced after an apartment security guard found the dead body near the Summanahalli bridge in Bengaluru. Eventually, the dead body was identified as Renukaswamy, a resident of Chitradurga.
Further, according to reports, Renukaswamy was brought to Bengaluru following him sending derogatory messages to Pavithra Gowda. He was later found dead. The Bengaluru police is investigating the case.
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