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B'luru: Cop saves teacher from being slaughtered

BENGALURU: A 40-year-old widow — who used to be assaulted with a machete by a real-estate broker at Dwarakanagar, near Girinagar, on Thursday evening — survived after the jurisdictional police inspector who used to be nearby rushed her to hospital and donated her blood.

Girinagar police inspector Siddalingaiah CA, whose conduct used to be lauded by senior police officers, including deputy commissioner of police (south) Ok Annamalai, additionally controlled to arrest the attacker in no time.

Police mentioned Tanuja, a Dwarakanagar resident and teacher with Eshwari Primary and High School in Hosakerehalli, used to be attacked by Shekar, 42, a Hosakerehalli resident, around four.30pm when she used to be returning home from college.

Shekar hit Tanuja several instances with a machete in the middle of the road. Inspector Siddalingaiah used to be patrolling the similar stretch to identify delicate polling booths in his jurisdiction. Seeing the person attacking Tanuja, the inspector rushed to the woman’s lend a hand and along with his subordinates’ lend a hand stuck the attacker red-handed.

Siddalingaiah spotted that Tanuja’s intestines have been spilling out of her abdomen. He pushed the intestines back into the tummy, sure the stomach along with her sari and rushed her to a nearby private hospital in his police jeep.

Doctors administered first support to the woman and advised she be shifted to Victoria Hospital. Siddalingaiah had, in the meantime, sounded an alert and police were given Victoria Hospital to be ready to wait the emergency case.

Tanuja used to be rushed to Victoria Hospital in an ambulance. The group of medical doctors, which used to be ready at the hospital, requested for A+ blood to conduct the surgery. Siddalingaiah readily agreed to donate his blood as he additionally had the similar blood crew.

Woman out of risk

Police mentioned Tanuja is out of risk however below commentary.

Tanuja, then again, isn't within the place to present any commentary about the incident. “As of now, we aren't positive why Shekar attacked Tanuja. We are waiting to file her commentary and simplest then will we know the purpose at the back of the assault,” mentioned DCP Annamalai.

Preliminary probe published Tanuja lost her husband 3 years in the past. She lived along with her two sons and ran a house instructional to earn more money. Shekar used to be sending his two kids to her for tuition and turned into on the subject of her. Recently, some variations cropped up between the duo, which led him to assault her.

The accused confessed to the crime, however blamed the trainer for the flip of events. “I bought a machete within the City Market to kill her,” he mentioned in his confession commentary.

Police mentioned the accused’s claims cannot be trusted and are waiting for the woman to make a commentary. “We’ve booked an attempt-to-murder case towards Shekar and arrested him,” mentioned a police officer.

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