Objectionable objects were thrown in Mangalore temple: one of three comrades died suddenly, two friends confessed to avoid 'curse of God'
In Mangalore, South Karnataka, the police have arrested two accused for throwing objectionable objects at the Korgaja temple, they have confessed to the crime by going to the police.
In Mangalore, south Karnataka, police have arrested two accused for throwing objectionable objects at the Korgaja temple. The accused themselves have confessed to the crime by going to the police. However this sudden change of heart did not happen. Rather, one of the three accomplices involved in the crime was suddenly taken ill and then died. Before he died, he instructed friends to confess their crime in order to avoid the 'wrath of God'.
According to the police, the health of both the accused had also started deteriorating after the incident, which made them realize their mistake. Mangalore Police Commissioner N. According to Shashi Kumar, the two accused are named Abdul Rahim and Taufiq. He was frightened by the death of his friend Nawaz. On seeing Nawaz's condition deteriorating and dying, both of them felt that perhaps the 'wrath of God' was the reason for his death.
Nawaz also asked the two comrades to confess the crime in the event of illness. So both the accused first approached the priest of the temple for fear of dying. He confessed his crime in front of him. After this, the temple committee informed the police. Both of them confessed to the crime in front of the police.