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History-sheeter Slum Bharath killed in police encounter in Bengaluru

A notorious history-sheeter named Slum Bharath was killed in an encounter with the police here in the wee hours of Thursday.

ANI | Bengaluru (Karnataka) | Updated: 27-02-2020 15:38 IST | Created: 27-02-2020 15:38 IST
History-sheeter Slum Bharath killed in police encounter in Bengaluru
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A notorious history-sheeter named Slum Bharath was killed in an encounter with the police here in the wee hours of Thursday. According to police, Bharath's associates attacked the police vehicle carrying him at around 2 am and fired two rounds at officers and police officials.

Bharath managed to flee with his associates in a car. He was later nabbed after the special team was informed at around 5 am that the accused's car was moving towards Hesaragatta near Soladevanahalli. Bharath succumbed after he was shot by senior police officer Venkataramanappa who responded to his open firing. He was the prime accused in the murder of history-sheeter Srinivas alias Kulla Seena in 2006. (ANI)

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