Notorious Rowdy Korangu passes absent because of to health issues in Andhra Pradesh

Infamous felony S Krishnamurthy alias Rowdy Korangu passed absent on Friday, June 19 at a Chittoor clinic due to health issues. The 53-year-previous had in excess of 50 criminal scenarios to his name and is the young brother of sitting down Bengaluru MLA. He was recognized to be suffering from Parkinson’s and liver challenges.

Rowdy Korangu or S Krishnamurthy was Bengaluru’s most-needed felony in the 1980s and 1990s. The Chittoor migrant who was residing in Bengaluru was arrested above 30 moments in his life. 

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Rowdy Korangu dies in Chittoor

S Krishnamurthy, infamously identified as Rowdy Korangu died on Friday at a clinic in Chittoor due to an health issues. The heritage-sheeter was 53 at the time of loss of life. Korangu was one particular of Bengaluru’s most-needed criminals in the 1980s and 1990s. 

Korangu was Subramanyam Naidu’s son, a Chittoor migrant who lived in Vyalikaval, Sadashivnagar in Bengaluru. From a youthful age, Krishnamurthy came to be regarded as Korangu which indicates ‘monkey’ in Tamil because he could scale the significant Palace Grounds wall to steal mangoes. His brother is an MLA in Bengaluru. 

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The title trapped, and in the 1980s Korangu, only 17 then was linked with the underworld don MP Jayaraj. He was detained in an extortion circumstance next which he was connected with the gang that killed legal Balarama in jail. The Law enforcement unveiled that Korangu had smuggled in 7 knives into the cell inside of masala dosas, TOI noted.

In 2017, immediately after Korangu was arrested on rates of the shootout in Kadabagere Seena, and launched on bail he moved to Chittoor and started a stone-crushing business enterprise. The Law enforcement said that the prison suffered from Parkinson’s and liver complications and would approach his crimes in prison. 

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