Bengaluru Acid Attack: Accused arrested after two weeks from Tamil Nadu | Bengaluru

Bengaluru acid attack accused, Nagesh has been arrested for throwing 1 litre acid at a 24-year-old girl from Tamil Nadu

Acid Attack accused, Nagesh has been arrested for throwing 1 litre acid at a 24-year-old girl in Bengaluru
Acid Attack accused, Nagesh has been arrested for throwing 1 litre acid at a 24-year-old girl in Bengaluru

Published on May 13, 2022 07:31 PM IST

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Two weeks after he allegedly splashed one-litre acid at a woman he claimed to have loved for years, Nagesh has been arrested from Tamil Nadu. The victim claimed that he attacked her after she rejected his marriage proposal.

 



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