Renukaswamy’s parents meet Karnataka CM, seeks job to victim’s wife

Rathnaprabha and Kashinath S. Shivanagowdru, the parents of Chitradurga-based Renukaswamy -- who was allegedly murdered by Kannada actor Darshan and his associates, called on Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in Bengaluru on Tuesday.

Updated - June 25, 2024 02:55 pm IST

Published - June 25, 2024 02:18 pm IST - BENGALURU

Deceased Renukaswamy’s parents meet Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in Bengaluru on June 25, 2024.

Deceased Renukaswamy’s parents meet Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in Bengaluru on June 25, 2024. | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

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Rathnaprabha and Kashinath S. Shivanagowdru, the parents of Chitradurga-based Renukaswamy -- who was allegedly murdered by Kannada actor Darshan and his associates, called on Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in Bengaluru on Tuesday.

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While they expressed satisfaction over the ongoing probe into the alleged murder of their son Renukaswamy, Renukaswamy’s parents sought a job to their daughter-in-law (Renukaswamy’s wife). Mr. Siddaramaiah has positively responded to the demand of the parents, said a press release issued by the Chief Minister’s Office.

The post-mortem report of Renukaswamy concluded that “the death is due to shock and haemorrhage as a result of multiple blunt injuries”.

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Agriculture Minister N Cheluvarayaswamy and former social welfare minister H Anjaneya were present when the parents of Renukaswamy met the Chief Minister.

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