Renukaswamy Murder Case: Darshan Thoogudeepa Spend Rs 78 Lakh To Conceal Crime And Destroy Evidence - REPORTS

Renukaswamy murder case gets recent development as reports suggest Darshan Thoogudeepa and his associate spend Rs 78 lakh to conceal crime and destroy evidence

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Renukaswamy Murder Case: Darshan Thoogudeepa Spend Rs 78 Lakh To Conceal Crime And Destroy Evidence - REPORTS
Kannada actor Darshan Thoogudeepa has been making headlines for over 10 days now, as the Karnataka police continue to uncover new leads in the alleged murder of 33-year-old Renukaswamy. In a recent development, the police have recovered a sum of Rs 78 lakhs that the Sandalwood actor used for bribing and hiding evidence related to the case. ALSO READ: WHAT! Darshan Thoogudeepa Performed Puja With Wife After Renuka Swamy's Murder, Suggest Reports 


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The Karnataka police are now considering notifying the Income Tax Department about this matter, as it raises suspicions. This decision came after the police found approximately Rs 78.4 lakh from various locations, including Darshan's house and the homes of individuals associated with the Renukaswamy murder case. On June 19th, Rs 37.4 lakh was discovered at Darshan's residence, and an additional Rs 3 lakh was found at his wife Vijayalakshmi's home. The police officer suggests that Darshan transferred this significant amount to his wife after committing the heinous crime. ALSO READ: ‘Testicles Damaged, Body Parts Eaten By Dogs’: SHOCKING Details Of Darshan’s Fan, Renuka Swamy’s Autopsy Reports Revealed! 

The Kamakshipalya police have detained four individuals who were closely working with Darshan. Two of them received Rs 5 lakh each from Darshan as a bribe, while the other two were promised money for their families once they were jailed. The police have recovered Rs 10 lakh from these suspects. The rest of the money was found at the home of Pradosh, a close friend of Darshan who is now under arrest in connection with the case.

According to a report from the Times of India, a total of Rs 70.4 lakh has been recovered in relation to the cover-up of the crime and tampering with evidence. Darshan admitted that he borrowed Rs 40 lakh from a friend to deal with the legal complications arising from the serious allegations of murder and evidence tampering.

Girish, the Assistant Commissioner of Police in Vijayanagar, along with Chandan Kumar and Police Commissioner B Dayananda, have received praise from a senior IPS official for their significant contributions to this crucial case. The official commended their courage in taking on a leading and influential film star on charges of murder.

The high-profile case began with Renukaswamy's murder, and four culprits voluntarily confessed to their involvement in the crime. However, the station-level officers initially closed the case based on their statements. It was Girish who refused to accept this cooked-up story and continued to investigate further, eventually uncovering the truth.

This case has captivated the public's attention due to its shocking nature and the involvement of a prominent actor. As the investigation progresses, more details are expected to emerge, shedding light on the motive behind the alleged murder and the extent of Darshan's involvement.

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